Monday, May 31, 2010

I was there! No, you weren't



The Marlins' ticket office is selling tickets for Roy Halladay's perfect game, which happened more than a week ago.

Orlando Sentinel:

The Marlins will be selling unused tickets today to last Saturday's game in which Philadelphia's Roy Halladay hurled the 20th perfect game in major league history, a 1-0 victory over the Marlins.

All tickets will be sold at full price online and through the Marlins' ticket office.


Couple thoughts:

1. ....the Marlins will be selling unused tickets today to last Saturday's game is one of the funniest things I have ever read.

2. FULL PRICE!

They can't get people to buy tickets the day before the game, what makes them think people are going to buy tickets 11 days after the game?

Apparently, "collectors" would be "willing" to purchase "the" tickets for the memorablia, but non-collectors who weren't at the park can also say they saw the Halladay gem in-person. The only problem is no one will believe them.

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