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Shea Stadium seats are being shipped out!

S&S Seating, Inc. began shipping out Shea Stadium seats in recent weeks and will continue to do so through the holidays.

Seats are still available for purchase (Green & Red; Blue/Orange are sold out) at www.mets.com/shea. Each seat pair has been authenticated by Major League Baseball’s Authentication Program and affixed with a tamper-proof hologram displaying a unique identification… Continue

Added by S&S Seating on December 17, 2008 at 11:54am — No Comments

Citi Field

Despite the rumor, Citi Field will keep it's name and the 20-year sponsorship agreement with Citigroup. Reports are circulating that the new stadium construction is nearly complete.

The 45,000 seat open-air ballpark will include spacious concourses with 360-degree field views and wider seats with more legroom. Citi Field will also offer new restaurants, bars, clubs and lounges with most of them looking out on the field. In addition, the Mets will feature party decks, picnic areas, a… Continue

Added by Craig (17) on December 8, 2008 at 12:47pm — 4 Comments

Sox Break their trend...

After 14 years the Red Sox organization decided not to raise their ticket prices for the 2009 season. Fenway Park seats have been sold out for 469 consecutive games and were the most expensive ticket last season ($48.80 on average). What does this mean? Well, $125 can still buy you a field box ticket. Yippee. What a joke! With this shaky economy that our country is facing and the consistent support from the Red Sox fans, you would think the organization would provide some sort of break. But its… Continue

Added by Jack (6) on November 16, 2008 at 1:12pm — 1 Comment

Fenway Renovations

The Red Sox are continuing their 9 year, $100 million renovation of Fenway Park. The goal is to be complete by 2012, their 100 year anniversary of Fenway. The Red Sox are pursuing Major League Baseball to host the 2012 All-Star Game in Boston. Larry Lucchino, the President and CEO of the Red Sox, says they could very well be in Fenway for another 40 years! Lets hope he is… Continue

Added by Craig (17) on November 10, 2008 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Cisco Field

It looks like the Oakland Athletics will move along with their new ballpark, Cisco Field. Mayor Bob Wasserman came out on top during Tuesday's election with 43 percent of the vote. Wasserman has been a vocal supporter of bringing a $1.8 billion “Ballpark Village” that holds 32,000 seats to the Fremont area (about 20 miles south of Oakland Coliseum). Next year they look to move forward with the environmental impact report and hopefully have Cisco Field open for the 2012 season.…


Added by Craig (17) on November 6, 2008 at 8:00am — 3 Comments

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