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Friday, October 21, 2005

Red Sox continue quest to put UB in the poor house

The @ss holes who run the Red Sox are sticking it to UB again, raising his field box tickets another $10 to $90 a pop!!! They have officially joined UB's list of people he would like to hit with his car...Here is the list alphabeticaly before this announcement:

Pitino, Rick

Prices will increase in the Field Box, Loge Box, Green Monster, and Right Field Roof Tables. The field box increase is $10 (up to $90 a ticket for season-ticket holders and $95 for single-game tickets). The loge boxes are up $5, making it $80 for season-ticket holders and $85 for single-game tickets. The Green Monster seats will have a $10 increase, with prices ranging from $90-$130. Standing-room seats will stay at the same price ($25 and $30). Not like we didn't already pay the highest ticket prices in baseball...

"There's nothing I can do Mr. Buck, I'm just a simple caveman..."

Watch out when you walk down the street...

On a happier note, here is a look at the 2006 schedule...

- The Sox start on the road on April 3, with the start of a three-game series in Texas against the Rangers.

- The six-game road trip will conclude with a weekend series in Baltimore (will UB and the boys restart the Baltimore trip?)

- Fenway Park will open for business on Tuesday, April 11, when the Red Sox play the Blue Jays.

- The Sox first take on the Yankoffs on May 1, with a two-game set at Fenway Park. The Red Sox make their first appearance of the season at Yankoff Stadium on May 9. 11 of the 19 head-to-head meetings between the Sox and Yanks will occur between May 1 and June 8.

- The Yankoffs final visit to Fenway for a four-game set from Aug. 18-21. The teams complete their head-to-head competition in a four-game series at Yankoff Stadium on September 14-17.

- As for the Interleague schedule, on June 27-29 Pedro Martinez and the Mets visit Boston for a three-game series.

- The other National League foes who will visit Fenway are the Nationals (June 19-21) and Phillies (June 23-25). Interleague Play will begin for the Sox on May 19, when they travel to Philadelphia for three games. The other National League road stops for the Red Sox will be June 16-18 against the Braves and June 30-July 2 against the Marlins.

The annual Marathon Monday game will be played on April 17 against the Seattle Mariners, with the typical 11 a.m. ET start expected.

Red Sox president/CEO Larry Lucchino said. "It is important that we remember the need for baseball to remain affordable for the families of New England." UB really can't wait to hit him with his car...The Red Sox have sold out their last 226 consecutive home games.

Red Sox president/CEO Larry Lucchino


At 7:09 PM, Blogger Dr Will said...

thsoe prices are insane. makes me happy to be in KC

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At 4:37 PM, Blogger Uncle Buck said...

The prices do suck, but i can't think of any reasons to be happy to live in KC...


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