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MARLINS TO SEASON-TICKET HOLDERS: MONEY NOW, DETAILS LATER
Published November 15, 1994
The Marlins sent letters to season ticket holders this week stating that any seats not claimed with a 20% deposit by December 5 would be "released for resale." The letter states the deposit, is "nonrefundable," but Marlins Media Relations Dir Chuck Pool "said the public shouldn't worry that they won't get their money back -- or at least be given options -- if the strike extends into next season" (Susan Miller Degnan, MIAMI HERALD, 11/15).