I HATE this new policy!!! Being a season ticket holder for twelve seasons, I suffered through the lean years when you couldn't give tickets away. I cannot attend all of the games and Flash seats gave everyone the opportunity to enjoy the teams success and attend a weekday game, that sells for much less than marquee games. Supply and demand established the prices that fans would pay to attend games. I was never insulted by low ball offers, I simply ignored them. I am hopeful that this policy changes very soon and all Cavs fans will once again be able to enjoy a game at the "Q". Management...go back to doing the right thing for your fans! GO CAVS!!!
I guess everyone forgot that time Lebron abandoned the city to go party with his friends. He doesn't deserve to throw the first pitch. A championship after you were a piece of garbage doesn't suddenly make you not a piece of garbage.
They have ruined every athlete they have been in a relationship with. Every sports team should put a no contact clause in all of the contracts.
On November 9, the 2020 presidential derby will begin in earnest -- since the national election cycle never ends.
Hey Vince...great article!
As a Wine and Gold member, I liked the option of people bidding on tickets I couldn't use or tickets that were returned to me last minute. No one is forced to buy or sell their tickets and the Cavs make an extra 20% on the resale of these already sold tickets again! I think this policy is just so 1. people will purchase tickets from the box office that are released last minute, and 2. help the Cavs' secondary market friends, like Stubhub, etc. They especially want to eliminate extra ticket sellers and unfortunately, the cavs management has chosen to side with them and not their fans. Too bad.
Gotta wonder if Fox announcers will be less biased against the Tribe than TBS was...they made the games almost unwatchable with their obvious preferences for Boston and Toronto.
I have friends coming here from Chicago to try to score tickets if the Cubs win. They probably won't get them, as they are not super-rich. So they wanted to know where they could go have a few drinks and watch the games and not get killed for being Cub fans.
I said "Good luck...ain't no such place." If it's Tribe vs. Cubs, I guess I told them right. Right?
Chuckles the Clown
LeBron will be getting his ring next door at the same time. He's not available.
Weston Wride is following his dream as a devoted Cleveland fan!! He is making dreams come true!! Support him! Thanks to all that are helping already! His family.
This article made me LOL so bad! I love Scene!!!
Does anyone know or heard about a missing girl maybe from the 1940's or 1950's from the buckland /wapak Ohio area
despite review, note that chef-driven restaurants that tout "local/seasonal/organic' do NOT serve Ohio ofrtified koolaid wines, nor will you see Ohio wines served outside Ohio, fo rgood reason.
There's now a petition for John Adams! Get signin' Tribe fans!
Former players will reportedly get the assignment.....which probably means the small pool of individuals who work the annual fantasy camp, lend a hand during spring training and make appearances during the regular season.
The Chicago team is called The NORTH Siders. Maybe have a fan of the game write these pieces.
It seems to me that these two shouldn't complain, since they can't even follow a few simple instructions. The ballot and envelope with different names? And then 1 of 5 fields on the ballot envelope blank? I'd reject it too, no matter what kind of explanatory note was included.
I can't wait to try their food. Glad to see someone bring that southern swagger up north. Respect
Wayne was my cousin.
Sure, he made some poor choices, but he was the closest thing I had to a big brother.
Did a spoof story for the Cleveland 2021 issue somehow get lost in cyberspace....and finally get released on October 21?!?
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