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White Sox Attendance Declines For Sixth Consecutive Season
Published September 27, 2012
IN THE BLACK: In Chicago, Paul Sullivan writes, "Despite one of the worst seasons in club history, the Cubs attendance was strong enough to make the team profitable." Cubs GM Jed Hoyer said, "All the money will go back to the team in one form or another." The team's "budget flexibility was something the Ricketts family has waited for since buying the club" (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 9/27).