Supply and demand for Saturday’s Game 3 at Coors Field have not reached an equilibrium. Tickets for the Colorado Rockies’ historic home matchup with...

Supply and demand for Saturday’s Game 3 at Coors Field have not reached an equilibrium.

Tickets for the Colorado Rockies’ historic home matchup with the Boston Red Sox hit the secondary market Wednesday – triggering a spike in prices, availability and, in some corners, consumer discontent.

Supply and demand will find their equilibrium as the time for Game 3 approaches, but on the morning after the team’s controversial online sale Tuesday, about 820 tickets for Saturday’s game were available through brokers, said Ritchie Thurman of Big Ralph’s Tickets in Denver. . .

That number didn’t account for thousands of ads on eBay and craigslist.com and through other resale channels.

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