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(CBS Sports)   The Oakland Athletics are getting their season off to a good start, and it's not even Opening Day yet   ( cbssports.com) divider line
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2014-03-30 08:40:39 AM  
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UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: RoyFokker'sGhost: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: I don't mind. Cheap tickets, convenient location, quality baseball. I can hold my water for three hours. I don't want or need a new stadium.

Wow! Lew Wolfe is a Farker! Awesome.

Heh, A's fans gotta hold it till they get home, meanwhile the Giants are opening an exclusive club. It's so exclusive that it's by invite only, for season ticket holders, with a $2500 initiation fee, and $1250 a year dues, and best of all, you can't even see the game from there. How very San Francisco!


The Giants are my secondary team, but this has GOT to be one of the cheapest, most pandering moves I've ever seen. What a complete waste of season tickets. A skybox is an extravagance, but at least it offers a view of the game. It takes a pretty epic d-bag to pony up all that money for bowling and billiards.

For a club that claims to honor the sport so much, you'd think you'd be able to watch the game. With all the planning and hassle getting to a ballpark takes, it's like going to the airport to have a Big Mac.
2014-03-29 11:11:58 PM  
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UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: I don't mind. Cheap tickets, convenient location, quality baseball. I can hold my water for three hours. I don't want or need a new stadium.


This.

As usual.
 
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