Mike Foltynewicz will start for the Braves in Game 5 of the National League Division Series against the Cardinals.

Braves now selling standing-room-only tickets for Wednesday’s Game 5

The Braves are selling standing-room-only tickets for Wednesday’s Game 5 of the National League Division Series at SunTrust Park. 

The team also still has limited seats available for the game above the left-field corner in the stadium’s upper and lower levels, according to the Ticketmaster website as of Tuesday. 

The remaining seats are priced at $80 and $187 apiece, while the standing-room tickets are $40. 

Tickets also are available for the game in a wide range of seat locations and prices on various secondary-market resale sites. 

According to no-fee secondary ticket marketplace TickPick, the average purchase price for Braves-Cardinals Game 5 tickets on its site is $136.45. The least expensive seat for the game on the site Tuesday was $60, and TickPick’s “best available seat” was listed at $1,519.

The Braves announced sellout crowds of 42,000-plus for the first two home games of the best-of-five series last week. 

Wednesday’s deciding game begins at 5:02 p.m., with a repeat of the Game 2 pitching matchup of the Braves’ Mike Foltynewicz vs. the Cardinals’ Jack Flaherty. The winner advances to the National League Championship Series against the winner of Wednesday night’s Game 5 of the other NL Division Series between the Dodgers and Nationals.

>> RELATED: The Braves are in an NLDS Game 5 for the fourth time, all on their home field. Here’s a look at how they have fared in the three previous such games.

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