If you're thinking Friday is just another day at Raley Field in Sacramento, it's not.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner is scheduled to pitch for the Sacramento River Cats on Friday at 7:05 p.m. for a rehab assignment. The Giants ace has been on the disabled list since late April after suffering an injury in a dirt bike accident.
Want to see MadBum pitch, well it's going to cost you because it's described as a "premium game", which means that tickets increase about $4 more than non-premium.
"More often than not, rehab assignments result in games being changed to premium games," said Robert Barsanti, Media Relations Coordinator for the River Cats.
Individual single game tickets are sold out right now, according to Barsanti.
But there is another option: the Bumgarner 2-Pack. Tickets can still be purchased through the Bumgarner 2-pack which includes a ticket to Friday's game and a Bumgarner jersey giveaway on Friday Aug. 11.
ABC10 checked the prices for the game on Friday and at the moment, the cheapest StubHub tickets are at about $60 by the Home Run Hill general admission section. The tickets reach as high as $560.
At the Home Run Hill general admission section Ticketmaster however has tickets set at $91, which is the lowest ticket price available. The highest price is set at around $840.
In comparison, Saturday's game has individual tickets as low as $20 for both ticket distribution companies.
If you're trying to go to a the Bay Area to see the Giants game on Friday against the Pittsburgh Pirates, StubHub has the lowest tickets at $23.