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Posts Tagged ‘Norm Macdonald’

Yankees-Red Sox Scores 3.5 Overnight Rating

Sunday’s ESPN Sunday Night Baseball scored a 3.5 overnight rating, the network’s highest-rated MLB telecast since 2009 (3.7 rating for Yankees vs. Red Sox on Aug. 23).

Ratings were up 119 percent over last year’s comparable game (1.6 overnight rating) between St. Louis and Milwaukee.

Locally, the 4-0 Red Sox victory delivered a 17.8 metered market rating in Boston, ESPN’s highest-rated MLB regular season game in the market since Yankees vs. Red Sox on Apr. 26, 2009 (20.7 rating).

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Two Options For Displaced Super Bowl XLV Fans

Ticketgate 2011 has reached Day 3 and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced Tuesday that there are two options for the roughly 400 fans who were without a seat for Super Bowl XLV.

1. One free ticket to next year’s Super Bowl game plus a cash payment of $2,400 (three times the face value of the Super Bowl XLV game ticket held by the individual). The ticket to next year’s Super Bowl game is transferable.

[OR]

2. One free ticket to a future Super Bowl game of the fan’s choice, including next year’s if so desired, plus round-trip airfare and hotel accommodations provided by the NFL. This offer will be personalized in the ticketholder’s name and is not transferable.

It sounds like Roger got my memo about offering airfare and hotel accommodations. But a non transferable ticket?

See you in court.