Major League Baseball was established way back in 1876 and has long been referred to as “America’s Past Time”. As of 2008, MLB consists of 30 franchises across the U.S. and Canada. Over the past several years, the game has continued to grow in popularity as attendance numbers increase almost on a yearly basis. Major markets teams like New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox have become billion dollar enterprises, whose ticket have shown to be in high demand. On the secondary ticket market these teams, along with others including the Chicago Cubs, tickets have been most popular.

Currently, the Boston Red Sox carry the highest average ticket price in Major League Baseball, with the Yankees trying to close in. The Yankees are offering tickets that go as high as $2,500 apiece for their new stadium that opens in 2009. With the economy in flux, most teams now have to make adjustments to their ticket prices, many freezing or reducing the overall cost per ticket.

SF Giants Executives Supply Additional Funds For Stadium Workers
San Francisco Giants CEO Larry Baer revealed that he will set aside an additional $700,000 for stadium workers while baseball season is halted due to coronavirus concerns. Already, the MLB announced that each team will give $1 million to workers who depend on the income generated during games throughout... Read more
Yankees Establish Emergency Funding For Yankee Stadium Workers
Amid the MLB season’s lengthy delay, the New York Yankees are helping aid the financial toll COVID-19 is having on stadium staff out of work. The team has set up a $1.4 million emergency fund to aid eligible Yankee Stadium workers while the venue is vacant during the interrupted... Read more
MLB Considering 100-Game Season, Neutral Site World Series
New details are surfacing about how the delayed MLB season might resume. Officials are reportedly considering playing a shortened regular season of 100 games as well as shaking up the postseason by playing the World Series at a warm-weather neutral site. According to Chicago-based baseball columnist Matt Spiegel, team... Read more
MLB Season To Reportedly Begin Without Fans In Attendance
In an unprecedented effort to complete as many games as possible under safe conditions, the MLB season could likely begin with empty ballparks. Officials scrambling to accommodate the schedule impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic are considering early games without fans in attendance, the New York Post reports. “By a matter... Read more
Florida Stay-At-Home Order To Likely Extend MLB Start Date
The ongoing process of deciding an official MLB start date just got a bit murkier as portions of Florida are put under a stay-at-home order. Several South Florida counties, including Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach, will effectively be shut down in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19,... Read more
MLB Commissioner Outlines Hopes For Delayed Season
Uncertainty clouds much of the world today as the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact everyday life. But when it comes to America’s pastime, one thing is certain: the game will go on. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred assured ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt that baseball will return at one point or... Read more
MLB To Reportedly Relocate Virus-Impacted Games Instead Of Canceling
Rather than outright cancelling games, the MLB is considering relocating matches that are virus-impacted to safer venues. The MLB season is slated to begin on March 26, and the league will decide whether or not it’s safe to play in front of fans based on the city. A person... Read more
MLB All-Star Game Reportedly Shifted To Postseason
While coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads across the world, MLB’s season has been delayed, which may postpone the American classic All-Star Game. The game, which is set to take place on July 14 at Los Angeles’ Dodger Stadium, may be postponed to the fall months. Last week, Tim Brown and Hannah... Read more
MLB Not Cutting Down Schedule, White Sox Tell Season Ticket Owners
Questions remain about the state of the MLB season, which is currently delayed until at least mid-May in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. However, fans should not worry about missing any games just yet. In a letter sent to their season ticket owners, the Chicago White Sox organization... Read more
Blue Jays President Pushes Spring Training Amid MLB Hiatus
Earlier this month, the MLB had to postpone the start to its 2020 season due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Now, Blue Jays President Mark Shapiro is questioning where to go from here. According to CBS Sports, Shapiro held a conference call on Sunday to discuss some logistical... Read more