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(Marketwatch)   Cleveland Indians had the highest priced playoff tickets in all of MLB, proving once again that any time there is a playoff ticket issued for a Cleveland team it becomes a rare collectors' item   (marketwatch.com) divider line 11
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2013-10-05 10:12:12 AM
If they are only going to play one game, might as well charge the most.
 
2013-10-05 10:17:06 AM

JohnnyRebel88: If they are only going to play one game, might as well charge the most.


Try 18 games. If you were a season ticket holder you had to pay for the entire playoffs.
 
2013-10-05 10:22:43 AM
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2013-10-05 10:40:29 AM
I think Francona was surprised they made it to the playoffs this season.

Teams that can make great runs in September can be surprises or not.
 
2013-10-05 10:40:34 AM

Mid_mo_mad_man: JohnnyRebel88: If they are only going to play one game, might as well charge the most.

Try 18 games. If you were a season ticket holder you had to pay for the entire playoffs.


The front office should know better than to assume the Indians could win anything. Remember: Cleveland.
 
2013-10-05 10:59:04 AM
Praise be to Jobu!
 
2013-10-05 11:03:27 AM
They're still shiatty.
 
2013-10-05 11:03:45 AM

tbaughm: Mid_mo_mad_man: JohnnyRebel88: If they are only going to play one game, might as well charge the most.

Try 18 games. If you were a season ticket holder you had to pay for the entire playoffs.

The front office should know better than to assume the Indians could win anything. Remember: Cleveland.




Actually it's MLB's policy. You pay for all 18 games and any they don't play are used for 2014 season tickets
 
2013-10-05 11:29:22 AM

Mid_mo_mad_man:

Try 18 games. If you were a season ticket holder you had to pay for the entire playoffs.

Ouch.  That is also BS.  tbaughm: Mid_mo_mad_man: JohnnyRebel88: If they are only going to play one game, might as well charge the most.

Try 18 games. If you were a season ticket holder you had to pay for the entire playoffs.

The front office should know better than to assume the Indians could win anything. Remember: Cleveland.


I was thinking about the Francona factor.  I wonder what they will do in the offseason, but I highly doubt they will be in a biding war for Cano.  I bet he only gets 8 years and around 200 mil.  I hope the owners collectively decide to blackball Jay-Z as an agent.  Hell, he isn't even Jewish, what does he know?
 
2013-10-05 11:55:40 AM

JohnnyRebel88: Mid_mo_mad_man:

Try 18 games. If you were a season ticket holder you had to pay for the entire playoffs.

Ouch.  That is also BS.  tbaughm: Mid_mo_mad_man: JohnnyRebel88: If they are only going to play one game, might as well charge the most.

Try 18 games. If you were a season ticket holder you had to pay for the entire playoffs.

The front office should know better than to assume the Indians could win anything. Remember: Cleveland.

I was thinking about the Francona factor.  I wonder what they will do in the offseason, but I highly doubt they will be in a biding war for Cano.  I bet he only gets 8 years and around 200 mil.  I hope the owners collectively decide to blackball Jay-Z as an agent.  Hell, he isn't even Jewish, what does he know?




The only reason I know you have to buy all the possible is because my parents are KC season ticket holders. The first week or so of September all the teams MLB decide was in the hunt were told to sell playoff tickets. You had to buy 18 games at a staggered price scale. If your team didn't make it or lost in them you had two options. One it applied to 2014 season tickets or you had to request them to refund you. KC would have been the highest tickets compared to regular season prices. The Kansas City Star had a article but I can't find a link.
 
2013-10-05 02:29:23 PM

Mid_mo_mad_man: JohnnyRebel88: Mid_mo_mad_man:

Try 18 games. If you were a season ticket holder you had to pay for the entire playoffs.

Ouch.  That is also BS.  tbaughm: Mid_mo_mad_man: JohnnyRebel88: If they are only going to play one game, might as well charge the most.

Try 18 games. If you were a season ticket holder you had to pay for the entire playoffs.

The front office should know better than to assume the Indians could win anything. Remember: Cleveland.

I was thinking about the Francona factor.  I wonder what they will do in the offseason, but I highly doubt they will be in a biding war for Cano.  I bet he only gets 8 years and around 200 mil.  I hope the owners collectively decide to blackball Jay-Z as an agent.  Hell, he isn't even Jewish, what does he know?

The only reason I know you have to buy all the possible is because my parents are KC season ticket holders. The first week or so of September all the teams MLB decide was in the hunt were told to sell playoff tickets. You had to buy 18 games at a staggered price scale. If your team didn't make it or lost in them you had two options. One it applied to 2014 season tickets or you had to request them to refund you. KC would have been the highest tickets compared to regular season prices. The Kansas City Star had a article but I can't find a link.


18 games? You have to pay for away games too?
 
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