At least thirteen of Major League Baseball's 30 teams are offering all-you-can-eat seats for all or part of the 2008 season, reports USA Today. The idea has made tickets to less salable corners of ballparks more popular — in some cases selling them out entirely. The all-you-can-eat initiative was pioneered by the Los Angeles Dodgers two years ago as a way to draw fans to a mostly empty section of Dodger Stadium. The team offered fans buying a ticket in the section unlimited amounts of ...
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