October 2007

My Sox are Faded

updated April 19, 2014by October 18, 2007

 Lord, what high hopes I had for my Red Sox tickets. You know how it is. Decades of mind numbing losses should be counterbalanced on the wheel of karma with at least a few World Series trips right? Yes, the Sox broke their World Series jinx. But is one triumphant year all we get. The […]

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The Lakers Dilemna

updated April 19, 2014by October 18, 2007

 Los Angeles Lakers ticket holders are looking at the possibility of losing their #1 reason to go see the Lakers other than the chance to watch Jack Nicholson’s demonic presence. Kobe Bryant has been the driving force behind the Lakers for so many years it’s hard to imagine him not packing his bags. The latest […]

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Your First World Series Tickets are the Sweetest

updated April 19, 2014by October 16, 2007

 Colorado Rockies ticket holders should savor their World Series tickets, the first they’ll ever own and enjoy. The Rockies arecoming into the World Series riding a remarkable 21-1 streak that has lifted them from outside shots to National League Champs. With over a week staring at them before they take the field again the Rockies […]

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Indians Come Up Big

updated April 19, 2014by October 14, 2007

 The Cleveland Indians came back big time in their series with the Boston Red Sox, using seven runs in the 11th inning to claim a 13-6 win in Boston. Red Sox ticket holders watched their team fold to a former player as Trot Nixon hit a single in the extra inning to put Cleveland on […]

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Fans Shine in Arizona

updated April 19, 2014by October 12, 2007

In an inspiring moment on Thursday, MLB baseball tickets provided a rare opportunity for fans to express themselves eloquently. During the opening game of the National League Conference Series, Diamondbacks outfielder Justin Upton took a hard slide into Colorado Rockies second baseman Kazuo Matsui, prompting the umpire to not only call him out, but to also […]

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