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WHITE SOX PUT KIBOSH ON THEIR FOUR-PACK CUBS TICKET PACKAGE
Published April 29, 1997
The White Sox have "backed down" from their policy requiring fans who want tickets to the series with the Cubs in June to buy seats for three other games, according to the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES. Fans who did purchase "4-Pack" tickets will get first choice at buying the best remaining upper- deck seats for the Cubs series, with season-ticket holders and group customers following in priority (CHICAGO SUN TIMES, 4/29). In Chicago, Steve Rosenbloom notes that until May 27, tickets to the Cubs games can only be bought inside Comiskey Park. Rosenbloom notes White Sox Chair Jerry Reinsdorf "instituted the plan because he didn't want Cubs fans showing up. Now, apparently, he'll settle for anyone showing up" (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 4/29).