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SBD/January 10, 2013/Franchises
MLB Rangers Raise Ticket Costs, Introduce Dynamic Pricing For '13 Season
Published January 10, 2013
IMPROVEMENTS ON TRACK: Rangers Exec VP/Ballpark Operations Rob Matwick said that Rangers Ballpark improvements are “on track for a March 22 completion, though none of the changes had been completed Tuesday.” He added that work crews have been “maintaining a six-day work week" to get the $12M project completed before the team's April 5 home opener (FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM, 1/9).