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Published On: July 11th, 2005

After winning the first-half Northwoods League South Division title and securing a spot in the play-offs, the Madison Mallards announced Monday that play-off tickets are now on sale to season ticket holders for the 2005 Northwoods League Divisional and Championship series.

Tickets can be purchased by calling the Mallards ticket office at (608) 246-4277 or contacting Spencer Sweet, Director of Operations and Group Sales at spencer@mallardsbaseball.com. Season ticket holders have the opportunity to purchase their season tickets and other additional seats.

Tickets will go on-sale to the general public on a first-come, first-serve basis starting Monday, July 25 at 9:00 a.m.

Tickets must be bought for all four possible home play-off games (two Divisional games and two Championship games), and full refunds will be given for any games not played at the Duck Pond. Ticket prices will be as follows: Reserved (7 dollars 50 cents for adults, 5 dollars 50 cents for children and seniors), Bleacher Reserved (7 dollars for adults, 5 dollars for children and seniors), Standing Room Only (six dollars for adults, four dollars for children and seniors) and Great Dane Duck Blind (28 dollars for adults, 23 dollars for adults no beer, sixteen dollars for children).

Gift certificates can still be used for all home play-off games and must be turned in at the Mallards ticket office. All coupons, including Bonus Book and Bucky Book Coupons, are valid only for regular season games and cannot be redeemed for any play-off game.

The Divisional Series begins Monday, August 15 as the Mallards take on the second-half South Division Champions. The Championship series begins Thursday, August 18 with the South and North Division Champions squaring off. Play-off series? are best-of-three and all games are scheduled for 7:05 p.m. The team with the best regular season record will have home-field advantage in each series, hosting two home games.

The Mallards clinched the first-half in dramatic fashion on the last day of the first-half, pulling out a 1-0 victory over the Mankato MoonDogs in 10 innings. Madison finished the first-half at 23-11, a game ahead of the second place Rochester Honkers.