#64 Jun 25, 2009
Anthony Bosch is well known in Latin American baseball circles, sources say. His relationships with players date at least from the earlier part of the decade, when he was seen attending parties with players and known to procure tickets to big league ballparks, especially in Boston and New York.
Hmmmmmmmm Where there is smoke there is usually fire. Maybe those Sox weren't so clean afterall. haha Just a matter of time folks till it all comes out.
#65 Jun 26, 2009
i totally see your point, BUT let's say the Yankees did dump alot of high payroll players, say 1/2 of them, and dropped your ticket price by 40-50%, but the trade off is they have a season like the nationals, or another subpar team and they didnt make playoffs, and werent in the race each yr...would you then still enjoy going as much? i guess it comes down to whethr ya like going 2 or 3 times to see the players you wanna see, and win or go to 20-30 games per yr, not really know the guys cuz they not that good. it's like eating really good but expensive food. you can go to Wendys everyday for a burger or can go to Ruth Chris seldom but enjoy a really great steak.
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