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SBD/Issue 138/MLB Season Preview
Blue Jays Could Face Challenging Season Drawing Fan Attention
Published April 6, 2009
|Paul Beeston Says Team's '09 Season-Ticket
Sales Marginally Lower Than '08
YOU BOOZE, YOU LOSE? Rogers Centre officials Friday said that Ontario's Alcohol & Gaming Commission has suspended Rogers Centre's liquor license for tomorrow's game against the Tigers and the April 21 game against the Rangers because of "drinking 'infractions' at several unnamed past events." As a result, Rogers Centre "invited fans to exchange tickets for the two no-booze Jays game days at the Blue Jays box office" (TORONTOSUN.com, 4/4).