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Ticket information for 2012

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Nov 28, 2011 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

Obviously I’m a few days late with this, but I wanted to get it posted to the blog in case anyone needs it for future reference. The Yankees announced their ticket information on Tuesday of last week. Here are all the details.

In 2012, more than of 70 percent of the Yankees’ ticket prices will remain unchanged or will be reduced, including all Field Level seats between the bases. Nearly one-third of the Yankees’ available tickets for the upcoming 2012 season (in excess of 1.3 million tickets) will be priced at $30 or less, with at least 900,000 tickets priced at $25 or less.

All seats in the Field Level outfield sections located in fair territory (Sections 103-104 and 132-136) will have price reductions ranging from $10 to $35. Grandstand Level seats beyond the bases will remain at $20, while Grandstand Level seats between the bases will be $28. Non-obstructed Bleachers tickets will increase by $5.

To kick off the holiday season on Friday, November 25, the Yankees will begin offering three new 2012 ticket plans exclusively at yankees.com. Replacing the former 11-game plan is a new nine-game value plan with prices starting at $90. In addition, the Yankees will offer two new 12-game plans, in which fans can choose between 12-game plan No.1, which includes a ticket to Opening Day and one Boston Red Sox game, or 12-game plan No. 2, which includes a ticket to two Boston Red Sox games.

The Yankees drew 3,653,680 fans to Yankee Stadium in 2011, leading the American League in home attendance for the ninth consecutive season. The team also averaged an AL-best 45,107 fans per game, recording 20 sellouts – their most in a season at the current Yankee Stadium.

Also, as in past years, the Yankees will make available individual-game ticket value programs throughout the 2012 season. New for the upcoming season is the Half-Price Game Ticket Special – for select games during the 2012 season, fans can purchase tickets in select areas of the Terrace Level, Grandstand Level or Bleachers for 50 percent off the advance ticket price. Tickets for Half-Price Games may be purchased in advance or on the day of game.

For a complete list of ticket specials, including game dates, seating locations, and terms and conditions, fans should continue to check www.yankees.com/ticketspecials. Fans with questions may call 212-YANKEES (212-926-5337) or e-mail tickets@yankees.com. Please note that all ticket specials are subject to availability. All individual-game ticket value programs exclude all Premium Games*. Information regarding the on-sale date for individual-game tickets at Yankee Stadium will be announced at a later date.

E-Saver Games – Fans can register at www.yankees.com/esaver to receive e-mail ticket offers for E-Saver Games available only to Yankees e-mail subscribers.

$5 Games – For select games during the 2012 season, fans can purchase tickets in select areas of the Terrace Level, Grandstand Level or Bleachers for $5. Tickets for $5 Games may be purchased in advance or on the day of the game.

Tuesday Night Games Ticket Special – For each Tuesday night home game at Yankee Stadium, fans can take advantage of specially discounted tickets in select areas of the Grandstand Level. Tickets for Tuesday Night Games may be purchased in advance or on the day of the game.

Family Games – Families can enjoy specially priced tickets on designated Monday through Thursday games in April, May and September. Tickets may be purchased in advance or on the day of game.

Senior Citizen Games – Senior Citizens (60 and older) can purchase $5 tickets in designated seating locations for select Monday through Thursday games. Tickets may be purchased ONLY on the day of the game, beginning two hours before the scheduled start time of the game, at Yankee Stadium Ticket Windows, adjacent to Gate 4, and are subject to availability. All tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis. A valid form of identification must be presented at the time of purchase.

Student Games – For select games during the 2012 season, students who present their valid high school or college ID cards when purchasing tickets can receive one half-price ticket in designated seating locations. Tickets may be purchased ONLY on the day of the game at Yankee Stadium Ticket Windows, adjacent to Gate 4.

Youth Games – All fans 14 and younger, when accompanied by an adult, are eligible for half-price tickets in designated seating locations for Saturday games. Tickets may be purchased ONLY on the day of the game at Yankee Stadium Ticket Windows, adjacent to Gate 4.

Military Personnel Ticket Special – Active military members can present their military identification card at designated Yankee Stadium Ticket Windows before select Monday through Thursday games and receive one complimentary ticket in select areas of the Grandstand Level or Bleachers, or purchase one half-price ticket in other available non-premium seat locations at Yankee Stadium. Tickets may be purchased ONLY on the day of the game, beginning two hours before the scheduled start time of the game, at Yankee Stadium Ticket Windows, adjacent to Gate 4.

* The term “Premium Games” is defined for the 2012 season as the Opening Day game, the Old-Timers’ Day game and all home games played against the Boston Red Sox and New York Mets. The Yankees reserve the right to add or remove Premium Games at their sole discretion.

 
 

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45 Responses to “Ticket information for 2012”

  1. Irreverent Discourse November 28th, 2011 at 12:16 pm

    Really wish they would step up (or hold back) the “Securitas” people harassing those of us that like to watch the games from behind the seats in the standing room areas (not the handicapped areas).

    They don’t sell the standing room tickets for non-premium games, why am i being harassed by a glorified ticket attendant for standing “too close” to the railing reserved for a tciket you did not sell? I actually had one guy yell at me and threaten to throw me out because I was taking off a sweatshirt and I had the nerve to put my beer on the standing room table for like 7 seconds.

    I get comped tickets to CitiField all the time, and not only do they not harass you for nonsense like this, they actually are prepared for and set up to accommodate people standing behind the seats with tables and cup holders.

    Now they want to raise the prices? Well, they’ll be seeing my smiling face less often this coming season unless things change for the better. I was willing to attribute their rudeness to growing pains of a new stadium for after 3 years it’s clear these guys are being instructed to be annoying and harass paying customers.

    The product on the field is amazing, and I get a great view of it from my couch. If they want my money, they need to make me feel like I’m actually wanted inside the stadium.

  2. DONNYBROOK November 28th, 2011 at 1:03 pm

    Can’t beat the price and access to All teams you get with the Direct TV Extra Innings Package. For those of us die harders that do not live in or near NY, a little over $1 a day issa steal to view the Yanks and everyone els. I have not viewed any game in 3D, but HD onna big screen gets me pretty close to the action. The vastly improved sound frequently provides insight and sometimes laughs with verbiage right outta the dugout or batters box\home plate area. Great experience game-in-game-out.

  3. Ghostwriter November 28th, 2011 at 1:04 pm

    Repost:
    Ghostwriter November 28th, 2011 at 12:53 pm

    GreenBeret7 November 28th, 2011 at 10:07 am

    “…Lyle was a better reliever/closer than Gossage. In fact, Righetti was better than Gossage…”

    ——–

    I don’t get this at all. What have you got against Gossage? By what standard can you say Righetti was better than Gossage? You’re on sounder footing with Lyle, but I still think that you’re underestimating Gossage’s performance. Of the lot, I would say that Mo edges out Gossage as a reliever, but he does so by a fairly narrow margin. Frankly, I don’t see how Righetti even gets into the conversation.

  4. Ghostwriter November 28th, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    Here are some numbers on Lyle, Gossage, Righetti, and Rivera:

    Lyle (7 years as Yankee): 57-40 ;2.41;141;148;1.21 (W-L; ERA; saves;ERA+;WHIP)
    Gossage (7 years as Yankee) 42-28; 2.14; 151; 179; 1.08
    Righetti (7 years as Yankee closer) 41-38; 2.96; 223; 137; 1.33
    Rivera (17 years) 75-57; 2.21; 603; 206; .99.

    For me the key numbers are the ERA+ and the WHIP. Gossage and Rivera stand out from the others in these key categories. Lyle’s \ERA+ and WHIP are quite good at 148 and 1.21, respectively, but nowhere near Gossage’s or Rivera’s numbers….

  5. Ghostwriter November 28th, 2011 at 1:20 pm

    BTW, here’s a little factoid that I just picked up: Rivera is the MLB career leader in ERA+. And he leads in this category by an ENORMOUS margin. Here are the top 25:
    News: s-r blog:New Leaderboard: Year-by-Year Top Tens
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    The Baseball-Reference.com Play Index’s Batting Season Finder lets you create your own custom leaderboards by team, age, position, years, or any other common criteria. View Sample Leaderboards created with the batting season finder.
    Career Leaders & Records for Adjusted ERA+

    Baseball Leaders & Baseball Records: Single-Season Career Active Progressive Year-by-Year Top-Tens Yearly League

    + – Indicates Hall of Famer. Bold indicates active player.

    Minimum of 1000 IP, 3000 PA, 500 games (fielding), 200 stolen base attempts (catchers) or 100 decisions for career and active leaderboards for rate statistics.
    Rank Player (yrs, age) Adjusted ERA+ Throws
    1. Mariano Rivera (17, 41) 206 R
    2. Pedro Martinez (18) 154 R
    3. Jim Devlin (5) 151 R
    4. Lefty Grove+ (17) 148 L
    5. Walter Johnson+ (21) 147 R
    Dan Quisenberry (12) 147 R
    Hoyt Wilhelm+ (21) 147 R
    8. Ed Walsh+ (14) 146 R
    Smoky Joe Wood (14) 146 R
    10. Roger Clemens (24) 143 R
    11. Addie Joss+ (9) 142 R
    Johan Santana (11, 32) 142 L
    Brandon Webb (7, 32) 142 R
    14. Trevor Hoffman (18) 141 R
    15. Kid Nichols+ (15) 140 R
    16. Mordecai Brown+ (14) 139 R
    17. John Franco (21) 138 L
    Roy Halladay (14, 34) 138 R
    Tim Lincecum (5, 27) 138 R
    Cy Young+ (22) 138 R
    21. Pete Alexander+ (20) 136 R
    Randy Johnson (22) 136 L
    Christy Mathewson+ (17) 136 R
    Bruce Sutter+ (12) 136 R
    25. Rube Waddell+ (13) 135 L

    http://www.baseball-reference......reer.shtml

    I find this stat quite impressive…

  6. Chip November 28th, 2011 at 1:40 pm

    It’s an odd time to move Ed Wade and Tal Smith out in Houston – I get that Jim Crane couldn’t do it until now because he had to wait for official team control, but it really puts them behind the 8-ball. The Winter Meetings are right around the corner, free agency and trade season are in mid swing and Houston does have some desirable commodities to move if they wanted to – but now they’re in flux until a new GM is found.

    Also, a new GM usually means new managers and new coaches – possibly at every level in the organization – so that could slow them down even more. If I was running the Astros, just given the time constraints, I would have left Wade in place to get through this offseason and then transitioned to a new group next year. It’s a risky proposition, because Wade could opt to make moves to benefit the team in the short term instead of the long term in an effort to save his job, but right now I just don’t see how Houston will function at all this winter. You can’t expect an incoming GM to walk in there and examine the roster immediately and say “yup, I’m willing to talk trade about Wandy Rodriguez, JA Happ or Brett Myers…”

  7. blake November 28th, 2011 at 1:42 pm

    Speaking of ERA+ and set up guys……DRob’s in 2011 was 410! He had a historic season that’s been talked about very little.

  8. Chip November 28th, 2011 at 1:53 pm

    Just throwing this out there –

    David Robertson, David Phelps and Brett Gardner to the Padres for Mat Latos and Cameron Maybin

  9. DONNYBROOK November 28th, 2011 at 2:00 pm

    -CHIP-
    I like Maybin better than Gardner, but that is somewhat close to a wash. That boils it down to Robertson and Phelps for Latos? NOPE

  10. Irreverent Discourse November 28th, 2011 at 2:01 pm

    How can you like Maybin more than Gardner? He’s a worse hitter, worse fielder… basically all around worse player…

  11. Baseball Mogul November 28th, 2011 at 2:04 pm

    Chip says: November 28, 2011 at 1:53 pm Just throwing this out there –

    David Robertson, David Phelps and Brett Gardner to the Padres for Mat Latos and Cameron Maybin.

    I’d strongly consider that.

  12. blake November 28th, 2011 at 2:10 pm

    Chip,

    I don’t like it…..but I did my best impersonation of you the other day (said with love)……see what you think.

    Yankees get : Gio Gonzalez
    Reds get : Andrew Bailey and Hector Noesi
    As get: Yonder Alonzo, Betances, and Romine.

    Too much on the Yankees side? Too little on the Reds side? Too little on the As side? Personally I think all may would consider it except the maybe the Reds……

  13. Ghostwriter November 28th, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    blake November 28th, 2011 at 1:42 pm

    Speaking of ERA+ and set up guys……DRob’s in 2011 was 410! He had a historic season that’s been talked about very little.
    =========

    That is a rather surprising and impressive stat. I wonder what the single-season record is. Robertson really seems to fly under the radar quite a bit. However, he did finish eleventh in the CYA voting this year. So, it’s not like it has gone completely unnoticed.

    As much as I like the guy, he sure makes me nervous with those walks of his…

  14. DONNYBROOK November 28th, 2011 at 2:12 pm

    Maybin to me has a higher ceiling than Gardner, and isn’t skitish about using his speed to steal 2nd or 3rd base. I’ve seen both play a lot on TV, and I would trade Gardner straight-up for Maybin inna heartbeat.

  15. spidanyc November 28th, 2011 at 2:15 pm

    Just out of curiousity, do you guys think David Robertson has significant trade value? I gotta believe he does. The Texas Rangers gave up 2 really good prospects for Mike Adams.

  16. Irreverent Discourse November 28th, 2011 at 2:20 pm

    donnybrook – You do realize that Gardner has more SB’s… right? They are successful at the same rate (80%)… The difference being Maybin is never on baseb. Gardner has never turned in an OBP as low as Maybin’s best mark…

    Gardner is a better player with a better “ceiling” and it’s not particularly close. When Maybin actually does something productive at the major league level (or at a level that Gardner has already accomplished), let me know.

    You’ve “seen both play” yeah… that’s great… were you paying attention?

  17. champ809 November 28th, 2011 at 2:23 pm

    Blake

    Gio Gonzales is not that good. No way is Ca$h giving up Bettances/Noesi/Romine for Gio Gonzales.

    Both Bettances and Noesi could be just as good – or in the case of Bettances – BETTER pithcers than Gio Gonzales who is not anybody’s # 2 starter on Championship level team.

    I’m sure Ca$h would consider a deal that DOESN’t involve Bettances but includes Romine and Noesi + however Oak I’m sure wouldn’t be interedted in Romine as they have Suzuki and would look to address areas for need for their organization i.e. power hitters/infielders or high end starter types.

  18. DONNYBROOK November 28th, 2011 at 2:27 pm

    Now, Now, don’t get testy. Everyone evaluates talent differently. You obviously haven’t seen much of Maybin, because he had some great stretches last season. Your looking at what you got now in Gardner, and I’m looking down-the-road concerning Maybin. Gardner is good and gonna get somewhat better. Maybin is good, but I see him being star bound.

  19. blake November 28th, 2011 at 2:28 pm

    “Gio Gonzales is not that good. No way is Ca$h giving up Bettances/Noesi/Romine for Gio Gonzales.”

    Champ…..we will probably never get a chance to find out……but I bet he would. Betances is only a year or so younger than Gio and is still in the minors while Gonzalez has already put up back to back quality seasons. He has some warts……but he also has some things to really like …..like age, contract, breaking ball…….if you don’t consider Betances a finished product at 24…..why do you consider Gio a finished product at 25?

  20. blake November 28th, 2011 at 2:33 pm

    Maybin was one of the best high school players I’ve ever seen……his issue is with big league breaking stuff.

  21. DONNYBROOK November 28th, 2011 at 2:34 pm

    Cashman values those cheap, young arms, so I do not believe he would give up both Bettances And Noesi inna package for Gio. I like Gio, but this proposed deal looks like the kinda mis-step Cleveland took in getting Ubaldo Jimenez. 2 promising, cheap, young arms, for a maybe. NOPE

  22. blake November 28th, 2011 at 2:37 pm

    Also Suzuki is only under contract for 3 more years…..2 and an option that they may decline. If they made a deal like that they’d already be admitting they are in full rebuild mode…..so having a future catcher wouldn’t be bad.

    If Cashman could get Gio and keep Montero and Banuelos I bet he’d do it…..

  23. LGY November 28th, 2011 at 2:38 pm

    I think Cash would do Betances, Romine, and Noesi for Gio.

    I doubt Beane would though unless he got more offense in the deal by bringing in a third team as blake suggested.

    Gio is 25, only two years of service time, and has produced back to back 200 inning low 3 ERA seasons. He’s a very valuable commodity.

  24. Irreverent Discourse November 28th, 2011 at 2:38 pm

    donnybrook – I think you don’t watch him as closely as you claim to… this is probably because Maybin hasn’t been good enough to start in the majors until last season. Now, after 5 years in the majors he “finally made strides” towards becoming a roster-able player. He still has not come remotely close to Gardner’s worst levels of production.

    “Down the road” for Maybin he might someday be as good as Gardner is now.

    Why is Gardner the only player in baseball playing “at the ceiling” of his talent? Maybin has been playing considerably under that talent level, this is the swap you want to make? Trading for a consistent underachiever, and trading away one of the most valuable OF’s in the game?

    I understand the original trade proposed here really had Latos as the target, but you said you would trade these guys straight up with is ludicrous.

  25. blake November 28th, 2011 at 2:39 pm

    How are the young cheap arms not more of maybes than Gio Gonzalez is?

  26. DONNYBROOK November 28th, 2011 at 2:43 pm

    Nearing arbitration, Gio’s price tag is prohibitive in Oakland, which is why Beane is floating this guy early to gauge his value. I’m interested in Gio, but for 2 future starters? NOPE.

  27. blake November 28th, 2011 at 2:43 pm

    LGY,

    I agree…..Beane is gonna want a legit bat and I wouldn’t give Montero so that’s why I brought in Alonzo who the Reds have already had discussions with Oakland about. Oakland gets an upside hitting prospect, and upside pitching prospect, and a plus glove catcher……theyI would have to comitt to rebuilding to consider it though.

    Another question would be if Bailey and Noesi would be enough for the Reds for Alonso……they’ve been shopping him for a frontline starter.

  28. LGY November 28th, 2011 at 2:44 pm

    Gio IS a young, cheap arm.

  29. blake November 28th, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    Young cheap big league starter always always trumps young cheap minor league starter….unless its a very special case.

  30. champ809 November 28th, 2011 at 2:47 pm

    Gio is 26 yrs old been traded 4 times and is a league average pitcher away from The Coliseum.

    Cash is not giving up Bettances for him and if he offered that deal he’d get a screaming YES!!! from Billy Beane immediately.

    Bettances missed a season and a change due to Tommy John and that’s why he’s still in the minors.

    The guy I think the Yanks should look to get is Garza if he’s really available. He’s had success in the AL East, he’s already done it on the biggest stage and he’s more of a legit #2 type to me.

    No Banny/Bettances/Sanchez or Montero nor Mason but we’ve got more than enough outside of those guys to get a deal done.

  31. champ809 November 28th, 2011 at 2:48 pm

    Bettances IS a special case!

  32. DONNYBROOK November 28th, 2011 at 2:51 pm

    Bestances and Noesi certainly are maybes. But this kinda deal is looked at thru a risk vs reward, (both on the field and $$$) prism, which is why I believe Beane would climb all over this proposal and ship Gio out to NY immediately.
    -ID-
    Your one of those instant gratification GM’s. I play long ball with an opportunity like this. Again, without hesitation, I would deal Gardner for Maybin and be smiling from ear-to-ear.

  33. blake November 28th, 2011 at 2:51 pm

    “No Banny/Bettances/Sanchez or Montero nor Mason but we’ve got more than enough outside of those guys to get a deal done.”

    Why would Theo trade his most valuable trade chip without getting any of those players. You just aren’t getting any of these guys with a Warren, Phelps, Laird package……other teams will be involved and its just not enough anyway. If you want to get you have to give…..especially if you’re the Yankees.

  34. Chip November 28th, 2011 at 2:52 pm

    blake November 28th, 2011 at 2:10 pm
    Chip,

    I don’t like it…..but I did my best impersonation of you the other day (said with love)……see what you think.

    Yankees get : Gio Gonzalez
    Reds get : Andrew Bailey and Hector Noesi
    As get: Yonder Alonzo, Betances, and Romine.

    Too much on the Yankees side? Too little on the Reds side? Too little on the As side? Personally I think all may would consider it except the maybe the Reds……

    —————-

    I think it’s too much from the Yankees but I’m biased in part by my dislike of Gonzalez. If the Yankees were going to do that deal I would want to see another significant part coming back to the Bronx.

  35. LGY November 28th, 2011 at 2:54 pm

    No Banny/Bettances/Sanchez or Montero nor Mason but we’ve got more than enough outside of those guys to get a deal done.

    ——-

    Give me your best pitcher but you can’t have any of our A prospects?

    People seriously overvalue how much other GMs want second tier guys from the Yankees.

  36. blake November 28th, 2011 at 2:56 pm

    The only pitcher out there that you might coukd get without giving any of the top guys is Danks……and that’s because he’s a rental and coming off a down season. If you want Garza, Gio, Jurjjins, Shields, etc……then its going to cost at least one of the B’s and more.

  37. Irreverent Discourse November 28th, 2011 at 2:56 pm

    donnybrook – That’s fine, I’ll be the other GM… grinning ear to ear because I just fleeced you for Brett Gardner and sold you a player that has not lived up to the hype in 5 seasons.

  38. Yankee Trader November 28th, 2011 at 2:57 pm

    Gio Gonzalez-Lack of command bothers me.

    Attached the RAB’s article listing pros and cons for him:

    http://riveraveblues.com/2011/.....lez-58777/

  39. Irreverent Discourse November 28th, 2011 at 2:57 pm

    donnybrook – I also completely disagree with your assessment that you are looking at this “long term”. I don’t think you are at all, you are looking at 5 year old BA hype and expecting a guy that can’t hit a ML breaking pitch to suddenly develop that skill.

  40. Chip November 28th, 2011 at 2:59 pm

    LGY November 28th, 2011 at 2:38 pm
    I think Cash would do Betances, Romine, and Noesi for Gio.

    I doubt Beane would though unless he got more offense in the deal by bringing in a third team as blake suggested.

    Gio is 25, only two years of service time, and has produced back to back 200 inning low 3 ERA seasons. He’s a very valuable commodity.

    ——————

    I disagree – I think Cashman – heck most GMs would look at Gio’s numbers and wonder if his success is a product of his ballpark. I also think the next big game Gio pitches in a pressure situation will be his first and so bringing him to a smaller park and bigger games is something they would be seriously wary of.

  41. Yankee Trader November 28th, 2011 at 3:01 pm

    New Post—>

  42. LGY November 28th, 2011 at 3:03 pm

    I disagree – I think Cashman – heck most GMs would look at Gio’s numbers and wonder if his success is a product of his ballpark

    ——

    Those question marks are the reason Cash would keep Montero and Banuelos out of a deal.

  43. Chip November 28th, 2011 at 3:05 pm

    Irreverent Discourse November 28th, 2011 at 2:56 pm
    donnybrook – That’s fine, I’ll be the other GM… grinning ear to ear because I just fleeced you for Brett Gardner and sold you a player that has not lived up to the hype in 5 seasons.

    —————

    In defense of Maybin – he’s still only 24 and has played on nothing but bad teams. At 24 Brett Gardner was getting his first cups of coffee with the Yankees and hit .228 with a .283 OBP.

  44. champ809 November 28th, 2011 at 3:07 pm

    That especially if your the Yankees is where you are wrong. GM’s around the game know that it’s not the same ol Yanks anymore that can be fleeced because of the owners overreacting.

    Garza while a good pitcher certainly isn’t an elite pitcher and as such would command such a package. He also is not cheap and he’ll be a FA after next season.

    The Cubs have no farm system outside of Brett Jackson and maybe Vitters and have major holes on their ML team as well. In short they are bereft of talent and would do well to flip a Garza for a quantity over quality i.e. 1 big chip type deal.

    for instance a deal of Romine/Noesi/Phelps and Corbin Joseph would be a very good deal for them in return for Garza.

    The Cubs get 20+ years of cheap service time combined and potentially 2 mid rotation #2-3 type NL starters an above league average to potentially all star C and a 2B with an advanced hit tool who may all be on the major league roster as early as next season. If needed you could upgrade the package by switching out Joseph for Dave Adams who I think will be a stud hitter and is a very good 2B with the glove…. a Pedroia type player potentially

  45. blake November 28th, 2011 at 3:13 pm

    “for instance a deal of Romine/Noesi/Phelps and Corbin Joseph would be a very good deal for them in return for Garza.”

    That’s not enough….again why would they trade their best trade chip and not even get anybody from the top 100 in return.


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