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JAYS SAY THE DAYS OF MALAISE HAVE SET IN AT SKYDOME
Published February 2, 1996
The Blue Jays say that they expect their season ticket sales to drop below their self-imposed limit of 26,000 for the first time since moving to SkyDome. The TORONTO SUN reports team President Paul Beeston says such a drop would still leave them in the "top three or four" in MLB. A number of factors, including the loss of key players, the '94 strike and competition from the Raptors, have contributed to the drop in demand (Mike Zeisberger, TORONTO SUN, 2/2)....The Braves will put single-game tickets on sale February 10 (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 2/2).