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Published November 25, 1997
In Miami, Barry Jackson reports that after the Marlins' recent personnel moves, "several fans" who made partial payments for '98 season tickets "have requested and received refunds." But team VP/Sales & Marketing Jim Ross said that while 500 people made partial payments on '98 season tickets -- ranging from $100 to $400 -- fewer than 10 have asked for a refund (MIAMI HERALD, 11/25)....In Denver, prices increased for 68% of the seats at Coors Field for the '98 season, "most dramatically" in the lower deck, from $22 to $25. If all seats are sold, the increases will generate 8% more revenue than in '97. The team will keep about 30% of tickets the same cost, while 1,500 seats will be reduced (DENVER POST, 11/25)....The "Hanson Brothers" -- of "Slap Shot" fame -- performed during the IHL Rafales- Admirals game Saturday night. The game drew 10,480, Milwaukee's largest crowd of the season (JOURNAL SENTINEL, 11/23).