MLB Podcast The Show with Matt Harrington: Get all the A’s home games in June for $19.99; Did Marlins sale have something to do with low attendance?

May 13, 2017

MLB, Oakland Athletics

athleticsnation.com photo: Oakland A’s team president Dave Kaval addressing the media is hatching the idea of the $19.99 June monthly ticket package that has received positive responses from fans and future fans alike

On the MLB The Show podcast with Matt:

The Oakland A’s team president David Kaval announced on Friday that the A’s will sell fans a $19.99 package for the month of June in order to get more fans through the door it’s almost like a month of June season pass to the Oakland Coliseum. Kaval is well aware that fans will not be attending every single game and in order to get more fans to fill the Coliseum the $19.99 package just might bring more fans out

Kaval is in the planning stages of unveiling a new location for a new A’s ball park in Oakland and he wants to wet some new and yet some old customers back and getting them out to the Coliseum might wet their appetite just in time for the unveiling and the idea of having a $19.99 June homestand package is exciting  a lot of fans who normally who can’t get out to the Coliseum and those just plain out can’t afford to come a ball game now this new deal for June should bring them out.

Matt discusses the sale of the Miami Marlins and why the team decided to sell.

Listen to Matt on the MLB Podcast each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

 

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