Angels Bad PR Continues With Dipoto Exit NHL Rangers' Sather Passes GM Torch To Gorton Franchise Notes Sources: Angels' Dipoto Out As GM Bettman, Coyotes Deny N.Y. Post Report Kings, Ranadive Coming Under Fire From Critics Lions Set To Host LGBT Pride Night Orlando City To Own USL Club Phillies' MacPhail To Observe For First Few Months NYC FC's Geography Paying Dividends
REDS WILL NOT RAISE TICKET PRICES FOR '95 SEASON
Published November 28, 1994
The Reds will "maintain their status as having the major leagues' lowest admission costs" as they announced their ticket prices will remain unchanged for the '95 season. Reds CEO Marge Schott admitted big financial losses but said, "How can you raise ticket prices after what the fans have been through? I just couldn't do it" (Chris Haft, CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 11/24).