Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Desperate Measures

Select up to any ten (10) remaining home games from 12:00 noon on Thursday, May 31, 2007 through 5:00 PM on Friday, June 1, 2007 and get each Premium Game Ticket at the Advance Ticket Price and all Non-Premium Game Ticket at Half-Price, in the Main Box, Main Reserved, Loge Box, Tier Box MVP, Tier Reserved and Bleachers, subject to availability.

Can you guess which team is making this offer? I got this in an email from the Yanks today. Half-price. Ten games. Those main box seats cost 63 dollars each. You could save $315. They don't care. Come August, they'll be offering free tickets. (And still counting those people in the attendance numbers--how convenient. They might even break last year's "record.")

While looking at the Yanks' schedule, I noticed they're playing the Pirates this season. Despite that the AL East is playing the NL West. So, between that and the two "rivalry" series, the Yanks play six interleague series, only half of which are against the designated interleague division. What's "fair" about all this again? Then I checked the Pirates schedule: They get the Yanks, White Sox, Mariners, Rangers, and Angels. I guess this has to do with divisions having more teams than others, but, again, please, let's end this nonsense.

About Charlie Moore, the "mad fisherman": Saying "I'm crazy" all the time doesn't make one crazy...

Sox vs. Natives, Dice-K on the hill tonight.

Actually, the tier box MVP seats are even more than the main box: $65...

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