CHICAGO - After losing 101 games this season, the Chicago Cubs say they are lowering the cost for season ticket holders by an average of 2 percent.
Tickets for the bleachers and the reserved seats in the upper deck will also be cut by an average of 10 percent.
The team said Tuesday that the number of marquee games will be reduced. Tickets for those games are more expensive because of the opponent or because the date is typically more popular with fans.
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