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MO'S BIG CUTS TRANSLATE INTO BIG BUCKS FOR HUB
Published August 30, 1995
Each home playoff game for the Red Sox would be worth $2.5M to the local economy, officials for the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors bureau said yesterday. Steff Gelson writes in this morning's BOSTON HERALD officials warned fans yesterday that "travelers and tourists may be caught in a squeeze play for Boston hotel rooms" if the Sox advance beyond the Divisional playoffs (BOSTON HERALD, 8/30).