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). 

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