Originally Posted by LITTLE NELL
The product was in first for 100 plus days last year and could not draw 2 million. You are going to say the prices were too high and I agree but someone said all the high rollers have moved back to the city, they sure as hell didn't spend their money at USCF.
Well, if the Sox had a contending product every year, they very well might be. The Sox drew fine before the strike, and there was less money and gentrification and a lot more crime then. 2005 had an echo of a few seasons where attendance was higher. Then both the team and the economy went south. One year where the team ends up 4 games over .500 is not going to suddenly cause a huge uptick in their season-ticket base.