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Published April 4, 2014
Meanwhile, the Blue Jays tonight will host the Yankees in their home opener at Rogers Centre. Both tonight's and tomorrow's games "have been sold out (approximately 48,000) with another 35,000 expected to be on hand for the series finale on Sunday." Blue Jays President & CEO Paul Beeston, when asked how another losing season might affect the team’s fan base, said, "I’m worried. ... We owe it to the fans, if we’re going to keep them, to actually win" (GLOBE & MAIL, 4/4).
The Royals will have an "anticipated sellout crowd of 40,000" at Kauffman Stadium for their home opener against the White Sox (KANSASCITY.com, 4/3).