The Chicago Cubs lost 96 games in 2013, which was actually a five-game improvement from the previous season.
Attendance lagged, as you might expect, but what was unexpected is the Cubs lost a franchise-record 50 home games.
It will be slightly cheaper for season ticket holders to see if the Cubs can better that woeful home record in 2014. According to a Fan Cost Index computation, the Cubs' average ticket next season should be $44.17, down from $44.55. The Cubs lowered tickets by 3.8 percent last season.
That average does not include the . . .
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