Wednesday, January 28, 2004
All in Agreement
Looks like the Cubs will get another cash windfall compliments of the City of Chicago. A deal landmarking the ballpark, but allowing for specific expansion was okayed yesterday. Terms include three rows of seats behind home plate stretching from dugout to dugout. These 200 seats will go for $200 to $250 apiece, generating $3.2 million in annual revenue. Additionally, a deal for 30 night games a year is pending with a small possibility the four night games could be added in 2004 schedule.
Add this to the $2 large that the Cubs will (rightfully) get from the rooftop owners. Now, why aren't Pudge and Maddux here?
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