The formula of projected revenues minus projected expenses equaling player payroll is apparently working well for the White Sox this offseason.
Despite a slight increase in prices, season-ticket renewals are “strong” and projections are ahead of what the Sox anticipated at this point, vice president/chief marketing officer Brooks Boyer said Wednesday.
The result is that the Sox have 22 players signed for about $104.025 million for 2010. Even with $5.25 million coming from the Los Angeles Dodgers and Kansas City Royals in trades, the Sox’s cash obligations to players will exceed $100 million with the resources to add another seasoned player if needed. …
January 20, 2010
Season-tickets renewals strong
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