Thursday, February 28, 2013

Tribe Drops Concession Prices; Red Sox Don't

In what could be termed a 'no-brainer' in these tough times, the Cleveland Indians have announced they will lower food concession prices at Progressive Field in 2013. Hot dogs will only be three bucks a piece for Indians fans, and a beer will only set them back four bucks. You would think that the combination of lousy on-field play and tight economic circumstances would result in a similar move by the NOG. Don't hold your breath, Nation. You'd also think that a $100,000 marketing survey would recommend a drop in concession and ticket prices at Fenway. Instead, Sox owners decided to take credit for not raising prices in 2013. How noble of them. Indians President Mark Shapiro should be highly praised for this move.