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By BILL ORDINE | October 15, 2008
Disillusioned Bengals fans are unloading their tickets on StubHub by the fistful. Thousands of tickets appear to be available for several Cincinnati home games, including the Nov. 30 meeting with the Ravens. At StubHub yesterday morning, there were quite a few tickets on sale for the game against the Ravens in the $24 to $50 range. I'm not pushing StubHub here or anyone else who sells tickets, but for fans who find scoring seats at M&T Bank Stadium particularly difficult, this could be an opportunity.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2014
Tuesday night's game between the Orioles and Pittsburgh Pirates at Camden Yards was postponed because of rain and rescheduled for Thursday - a common day off for the teams - at 7:05 p.m. Chris Tillman, who was supposed to start Tuesday, will now pitch Wednesday against Pittsburgh's Charlie Morton, who also was scheduled to start Tuesday. Bud Norris and Brandon Compton likely will pitch Thursday's makeup game. Tickets for Tuesday's game will be honored Thursday. Prepaid parking permits for Tuesday's game also will be accepted.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2013
The start time of the Orioles' June 30 game against the New York Yankees, originally a 1:35 p.m. game, has been moved to 8:05 p.m. because it was selected to be that week's ESPN Sunday Night Baseball telecast. It will be the first ESPN Sunday night telecast from Camden Yards since a game against the Chicago White Sox on July 31, 2005. The Orioles played a Sunday night game April 14 against the Yankees in the Bronx. Fans who have tickets for the June 30 game who are unable to attend because of the time change may exchange their tickets for any remaining regular season home game this season, except June 29 against the Yankees.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2013
The start time of the Orioles' June 30 game against the New York Yankees, originally a 1:35 p.m. game, has been moved to 8:05 p.m. because it was selected to be that week's ESPN Sunday Night Baseball telecast. It will be the first ESPN Sunday night telecast from Camden Yards since a game against the Chicago White Sox on July 31, 2005. The Orioles played a Sunday night game April 14 against the Yankees in the Bronx. Fans who have tickets for the June 30 game who are unable to attend because of the time change may exchange their tickets for any remaining regular season home game this season, except June 29 against the Yankees.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2014
Tuesday night's game between the Orioles and Pittsburgh Pirates at Camden Yards was postponed because of rain and rescheduled for Thursday - a common day off for the teams - at 7:05 p.m. Chris Tillman, who was supposed to start Tuesday, will now pitch Wednesday against Pittsburgh's Charlie Morton, who also was scheduled to start Tuesday. Bud Norris and Brandon Compton likely will pitch Thursday's makeup game. Tickets for Tuesday's game will be honored Thursday. Prepaid parking permits for Tuesday's game also will be accepted.
BUSINESS
By Chris Korman | October 8, 2012
Bill Patterson grew up in Timonium and rooted, of course, for the Orioles. So as soon as the chance to nab some playoff tickets came up this season, he placed an order through the team. But Patterson, who now lives in Parkton, knows as well as anyone that hundreds upon hundreds of Major League playoff tickets will be bought and sold on the secondary market, through websites like StubHub. As the Vice President of Global Licensing for OpSec Security, which works with every major sports league in the country, he's involved in ensuring that the tickets you buy are actually tickets to the event you want to see. Patterson also oversees programs that ensure your Orioles jersey is officially licensed, meaning it meets rigorous standards and that proceeds will be filtered back to MLB. Patterson was not at liberty to say whether OpSec actually works with MLB or the Orioles on ticketing issues, but he did warn that counterfeiters will ramp up efforts this week to sell tickets across the country.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN REPORTER | December 20, 2006
A day after clinching the AFC North, the Ravens received a dose of disappointment: They had only five players named to the Pro Bowl - a list that excludes linebacker Ray Lewis. Offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden, safety Ed Reed, linebackers Adalius Thomas and Terrell Suggs and cornerback Chris McAlister were the only Ravens selected for the NFL all-star event. Ravens@Steelers Sunday, 1 p.m., Ch. 13, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Line: Steelers by 3 PLAYOFF TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY The Ravens said yesterday that a few remaining tickets for their first playoff game will go on sale Friday.
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By Chris Korman, The Baltimore Sun | January 7, 2013
To mark his 30th birthday, Patrick McAuliffe made it his goal to attend every Ravens game this season. So when he saw the preliminary NFL playoff schedule last week and figured the Ravens might end up playing the Broncos in the second round, he booked a cheap flight to Denver. But others, like Gini Rollins, spent Sunday night clicking through airline websites and her online bank account, trying to figure out how to make the trip work. She'd spent most of her time during the Raven's 24-9 win over the Indianapolis Colts texting with her brother, a Baltimore native who has lived in Denver for the past four years.
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By Chris Korman | January 7, 2013
Let's price that trip to Denver, the one that would allow you to watch arguably the greatest middle linebacker of all time face arguably the greatest quarterback of all time in one final game. Ray Lewis, with all of his pre-play growling and gesticulating, will stand across from Peyton Manning, with all his pointing and audible calling, in the AFC Divisional Round at Denver's Mile High Stadium. According to NFL Ticket Exchange.com , there were almost 5,500 seats available to the game as of 8:45 this morning, ranging from $150 to $2,500 a piece.  There are seats available in every section of the stadium.
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By Carolyn Bigda and Carolyn Bigda,TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES | May 18, 2008
The summer concert season is about to kick off. Ticket prices aren't cheap. But if the rising cost of, well, just about everything is making you rethink a real vacation, a concert could be a worthy indulgence. Over the last few years, the market for ticket sales has expanded beyond just Ticketmaster, helping to provide a wider range of prices. (If you remember back in the 1990s, the band Pearl Jam canceled a summer tour in protest of Ticketmaster's monopoly on ticket sales, which included surcharges.
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By Chris Korman | January 7, 2013
Let's price that trip to Denver, the one that would allow you to watch arguably the greatest middle linebacker of all time face arguably the greatest quarterback of all time in one final game. Ray Lewis, with all of his pre-play growling and gesticulating, will stand across from Peyton Manning, with all his pointing and audible calling, in the AFC Divisional Round at Denver's Mile High Stadium. According to NFL Ticket Exchange.com , there were almost 5,500 seats available to the game as of 8:45 this morning, ranging from $150 to $2,500 a piece.  There are seats available in every section of the stadium.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Chris Korman, The Baltimore Sun | January 7, 2013
To mark his 30th birthday, Patrick McAuliffe made it his goal to attend every Ravens game this season. So when he saw the preliminary NFL playoff schedule last week and figured the Ravens might end up playing the Broncos in the second round, he booked a cheap flight to Denver. But others, like Gini Rollins, spent Sunday night clicking through airline websites and her online bank account, trying to figure out how to make the trip work. She'd spent most of her time during the Raven's 24-9 win over the Indianapolis Colts texting with her brother, a Baltimore native who has lived in Denver for the past four years.
BUSINESS
By Chris Korman | October 8, 2012
Bill Patterson grew up in Timonium and rooted, of course, for the Orioles. So as soon as the chance to nab some playoff tickets came up this season, he placed an order through the team. But Patterson, who now lives in Parkton, knows as well as anyone that hundreds upon hundreds of Major League playoff tickets will be bought and sold on the secondary market, through websites like StubHub. As the Vice President of Global Licensing for OpSec Security, which works with every major sports league in the country, he's involved in ensuring that the tickets you buy are actually tickets to the event you want to see. Patterson also oversees programs that ensure your Orioles jersey is officially licensed, meaning it meets rigorous standards and that proceeds will be filtered back to MLB. Patterson was not at liberty to say whether OpSec actually works with MLB or the Orioles on ticketing issues, but he did warn that counterfeiters will ramp up efforts this week to sell tickets across the country.
SPORTS
By BILL ORDINE | October 15, 2008
Disillusioned Bengals fans are unloading their tickets on StubHub by the fistful. Thousands of tickets appear to be available for several Cincinnati home games, including the Nov. 30 meeting with the Ravens. At StubHub yesterday morning, there were quite a few tickets on sale for the game against the Ravens in the $24 to $50 range. I'm not pushing StubHub here or anyone else who sells tickets, but for fans who find scoring seats at M&T Bank Stadium particularly difficult, this could be an opportunity.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN REPORTER | December 20, 2006
A day after clinching the AFC North, the Ravens received a dose of disappointment: They had only five players named to the Pro Bowl - a list that excludes linebacker Ray Lewis. Offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden, safety Ed Reed, linebackers Adalius Thomas and Terrell Suggs and cornerback Chris McAlister were the only Ravens selected for the NFL all-star event. Ravens@Steelers Sunday, 1 p.m., Ch. 13, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Line: Steelers by 3 PLAYOFF TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY The Ravens said yesterday that a few remaining tickets for their first playoff game will go on sale Friday.
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By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,sam.sessa@baltsun.com | September 26, 2009
Bruce Springsteen fans snapped up all the tickets for The Boss' 1st Mariner Arena show in a mere 20 minutes, officials said Friday. For the record, that's about 15 minutes faster than pop star Hannah Montana, according to Frank Remesch, the arena's general manager. The roughly 14,400 tickets for Springsteen's Nov. 20 show sold out without a major hitch, Remesch said. The night before the tickets went on sale, he worried it wouldn't sell out, thereby proving Baltimore's reputation as a second-tier tour stop.
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By Bill Ordine and Bill Ordine,Sun reporter | January 3, 2007
Need tickets for the Ravens' NFL playoff game? Getting them is surprisingly easy. But, not so surprisingly, it's also plenty expensive. Due to the rapidly evolving world of Internet commerce, hundreds of Ravens tickets for the divisional round playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium the weekend of Jan. 13-14 were available online yesterday, albeit at several times the face value. The Ravens, seeded No. 2 in the AFC playoffs, will take on the higher-seeded winner of this weekend's wild-card games.
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