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Dodgers, White Sox Want More Than $1M For Spring Naming Rights
Published November 21, 2008
|Camelback Ranch To Feature 13,000-Seat
Ballpark, 13 Other Fields For Dodgers, White Sox
SPRING FEVER: MLB.com's Kelly Thesier reported Camelback Ranch also will be used to host a "fall instructional league for both the White Sox and Dodgers," and the Dodgers will use it as "home for all of their Minor League operations throughout the year." Plans also call for the facility to host "concerts and other sporting events when baseball isn't taking place" (MLB.com, 11/20). In L.A., Sherry Stern reported the facility will have "some of the priciest tickets" in the Cactus League. The best seats will sell for $90 and include parking, water, sunscreen and cool scented towels, while lawn seats will sell for $8. Tickets will "go on sale soon" (LATIMES.com, 11/20).