Wednesday, April 29, 2009

If the Yankees Can't Fill Stadium Seats...

The New York Times reports today: "Twelve days after opening their new stadium, the Yankees on Tuesday bowed to the sour economy and the specter of empty seats by slashing in half some of their top-end, $2,500-a-game prices."

This Indianapolis Observer wonders about the effect of "the sour economy" (not to mention Indy taxpayer rage) on the Colts and the Pacers. Attending sporting events is, indeed, an optional activity. That's entertainment money, not rent or groceries!

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