Randy Levine says Yanks continue to evaluate pricing
Interesting comments from Yankees president Randy Levine in this newspaper story I wrote regarding the issue of high ticket prices in the Bombers' stadium.
Levine wouldn't rule out altering the structure in the future, but said for now it is what it is. He expressed frustration at the media and fan focus on a relatively small number of hugely expensive seats in the first few rows.
Levine said some relatively minor glitches that turned up in the two preseason games against the Cubs were resolved, and everything is good to go for the official opener Thursday.
Here is another newspaper story I wrote, about handicap accessibility in the new big ballpark in the Bronx.
YES should consider doing a postgame show for all 162 games, as SNY is doing with the Mets for the first time this season. If A.J. Burnett had completed his no-no attempt in Tuesday's My9 game, it would have been mighty unfortunate not to have a complete postgame.
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