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Three of Major League Baseball’s top 10 worst GIP averages for May 11-17, 2015 belonged to the Los Angeles Dodgers, including the top two games against the Miami Marlins (May 11, May 13), which averaged $3.07 GIP between them. The horror show at Dodgers Stadium wasn’t done, however, as May

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MLB Secondary Market Recap (May 4-10, 2015)
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Hosting 7 games at the Big “A” in Anaheim, served as a big hit and miss for resellers of the Angels, which averaged a $28.59 ARP – $12.73 GIP against 2,350 SVG over the entire homestand. The Mariners came in for three, yielding a $447k MCAP – $25.02 ARP –

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Dodgers Brokers
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There were 13 home baseball games during the period of April 27-May 3, 2015 that had at least 10 percent of their stadium capacity listed on the secondary market. Of those, the Los Angeles Dodgers were, by far, some of the biggest offenders with over 20 percent of the team’s

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MLB
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The third week of the Major League Baseball season starts to warm up and kids start to exit school. That means great news for the primary, as well as the secondary, as demand especially in those cold-weather cities unfreezes itself from the blizzard-like temperatures of Opening Day in Detroit or

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Secondary
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The Los Angeles Dodgers six-game home stand April 13-19 held an interesting statistic because 20.1% of Dodger Stadium’s seating capacity was listed on the secondary market each game during that series. During the first two games against the Seattle Mariners, 23% of the Dodgers’ seating was listed, and 22% overall

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MLB Opening Week
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The Arizona Diamondbacks recovered from a bad MLB Opening Day April 6, 2015, where the team coughed up a bad secondary market price line of $34 ARP – $18 GIP against the World Series Champion San Francisco Giants. Some of this can be explained away by the annual flooding of

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MLB Opening Day
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Major League Baseball’s Opening Day has the best ability to kick-off the summer, with a ton of resale value as brokers get to break-up all of those season tickets and start transforming them into gold. That is, of course, unless those brokers decided to resell the defending World Champion San

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Blog PostsSportstao Industry Posts

Whenever someone tries to present “winning” as a “cure-all” for sports sales, I present The Kevin Mitchell Principle to them: Nothing is guaranteed, no matter how much you think it should be. This principle was founded on the evidence of former two-time All-Star baseball player Kevin Mitchell, had hit over

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Podcast Episodes

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/Taoep0212.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSTraditional sports don’t have some of the issues that a spring training home might, especially in the Peoria Diamond Club circumstance. The PDC has various non-profit components, two MLB clubs which help operate functionaries during Cactus League Spring Training, and sales

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luxurysuite
Blog PostsSportstao Industry Posts

Why isn’t anyone talking about the suite saturation problem in Seattle? It is the one of the core reasons why the NBA left the city in the first place. Suite sales are a giant revenue boost for any NBA team. In some cases, the playoff suite sales can generate as

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