On deck for 2013: The end of the baseball ticket
By Jeremy Alton
The Wall Street Journal
October 9, 2012
Major League Baseball wants to stop selling tickets. That is, the kind printed on card stock with perforated edges and a U.S. Constitution’s worth of disclaimers crammed onto the back in three-point type.
The traditional ticket stub accounted for less than a third of single-game seats sold this past season, down from 55% in 2011, league executives say, as fans continue to embrace digital tickets delivered by email or text message. That number should drop to less than
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