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Maybe that all changed in 1992 around the time when they combined the baseballs, and combined the umps????
you can't judge "interest" in a ballclub by tickets sold, seeing as how they are a tax deduction so saying that "attendence" is up is just a lot of corporate speak which ignores the fact that the audience is not necessarily related to the numbers of tickets sold.
No official reason as to why the NL changed in 1992.
Perhaps for his next article Mr Berg will note that MLB keeps an official total of the number of hits and errors for each team in each and every game;
With the 50% limit, it actually means that half the ticket price is being taxed twice.
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