No-Hitter for Sale – WSJ.com

The read of the day..definitely read the entire thing…and a quote from my buddy Dave.

“It is obviously a great business opportunity and it’s something you have to factor in and respond to quickly,” Howard said. “But you have to balance that. You don’t want to be viewed as being too much focused on exploiting it from a financial standpoint.”

The Mets drew some ridicule for selling reprinted tickets to the game for $50 each. But evidently, some fans are willing to pay for a ticket to a past event they did not attend. Howard said the Mets have sold around 3,000 of the tickets so far.

via No-Hitter for Sale – WSJ.com.



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