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Published November 23, 2005
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CUBS: In Chicago, Toni Ginnetti reported the highest-priced club box seats for Cubs games next season will be $54 for “regular” games and $65 for 44 “prime” games, which include Opening Day, night games and select series. Bleacher seats will cost $30 for regular games, and will increase to $40 for prime games. The 44 prime games mark an increase of four from ’05. There will also be six lower-cost “value” games, with the highest-priced box seats costing $34 and bleacher seats $15 (CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 11/19).
TWINS: In St. Paul, Charley Walters reports the Twins next week will unveil a new alternate home jersey. The sleeveless, white jersey will feature a large “TC” on the front and is the first in team history without sleeves. The team also plans to unveil a new batting practice jersey (ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, 11/23).