Baseball - Minors (AAA) Tickets
All minor leagues are not created the same. They are typically organized into competitive levels. At the top of these levels is Triple-A or AAA baseball. Minor League baseball tickets for teams playing in the Triple-A division are a chance to see players set to come up to the majors that season or over the next couple seasons.
The AAA system is quite unique. An MLB franchise has a 40-man roster, but they are not allowed to play all these players or to have all these players in uniform during the majority of the regular season. Come September there is a massive call up and the rosters are expanded to 40. Until then, the 15 players unable to play in the MLB are sent to the AAA affiliate to continue to play baseball.
This is also a place where players are called up from for a 10-day stint or a permanent stint during the regular season because of an injury or bad year by someone in the majors. This can make it difficult to follow the roster for one of these baseball teams, but that is why these teams know a fan of a Triple-A club is a true fan of the team and the game.
Currently there are two official Triple-A affiliate leagues, the International League and the Pacific Coast League. The Mexican League is technically a Triple-A league, but it exists outside the realm of the Player Development Contracts that defines the roles of most of the teams and the minor leagues.