February 2013

NFL Tickets – Kansas City Chiefs Laying Foundation

updated February 28, 2013by February 28, 2013

      The Kansas City Chiefs begin the rebuilding process once again, this time under the guidance of Andy Reid, trading with the San Francisco 49ers for quarterback Alex Smith. Reported terms are a 1st round draft choice and a possible later pick. Smith became trade bait earlier this season when he lost his […]

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Tampa Bay Rays Tickets – Shifting Sands

updated February 27, 2013by February 27, 2013

      Let’s see what kind of magic the Tampa Bay Rays can work this season, after undergoing a season that began with rpomise and ended with a return to the cash pinching ways of yesteryear. You have to give the Rays credit, they get a lot of mileage out of very little. Rays […]

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Red Sox Tickets – From the Ground Up

updated February 27, 2013by February 27, 2013

    Boston Red Sox tickets, long revered among true MLB baseball fans, will have to be appreciated for their historic and emotional value in 2013 as the Red Sox attempt to resurrect a winning tradition. The last two seasons have been a meteoric plunge from being a contender to being a kind of buffoon […]

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Major League Baseball – Boston Red Sox Tickets

updated February 20, 2013by February 20, 2013

    Boston Red Sox tickets took a beating last season and as a result the Red Sox will have to firm up the foundation before they can reach the heights again. Red Sox ticket holders are going to have a hard time forgiving a 69–93 season but since the rebuild job is going to […]

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Major League Baseball – Baltimore Orioles Building

updated February 20, 2013by February 20, 2013

    Major League Baseball is back and we’re going to pick it apart, starting with the Baltimore Orioles. Why the Orioles you say? because alphabetically they’re first. So here we go. The Baltimore Orioles are coming off of a pretty solid season in which they managed to accomplish some long elusive goals. A playoff […]

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