Canadian Officials Tout World Cup Attendance Sources: Angels' Dipoto Out As GM Capacity At Wimbledon Reduced Due To Heat Phillies' MacPhail To Observe For First Few Months U.S.-Germany WWC Semifinal Nearing A Sellout All-Star Game Prices Rising On Secondary Market New MGM-AEG Arena Could Host PBR ESPN Changes Format For MLB ASG Reveal IndyCar's Future At Fontana In Doubt Travelers Championship Gets Record Crowds
SBD/July 9, 2012/Events and Attractions
Secondary Ticket Prices For Home Run Derby, ASG Trending Down In Last Couple Weeks
Published July 9, 2012
WANT MORE GREAT STORIES LIKE THIS?
CLICK ON ONE OF THESE BUTTONS
THE FUTURE'S SO BRIGHT: Yesterday's SiriusXM Futures Game in K.C., featuring minor-league all-stars, drew a sellout crowd of 40,095 at Kauffman Stadium, believed to be a record for the 12-year-old event. The turnout builds meaningfully upon a draw of 37,012 at Chase Field a year ago. As little as two years ago, the game was by far the least attended of any All-Star event and rarely filled more than half of the host ballpark. The host Royals had three of their prospects in yesterday's game.