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The Recorder – Keeping Score: Tickets, Tickets


Published: 04/15/2022 20:38:34

Modified: 04/15/2022 20:37:26

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Whoever decided on season ticket prices for the 2022 UMass football season had to shoot in a Blue Origin space capsule. The cost to watch what was the worst team ever in FBS history is $125 for five games, plus $50 to park near ruined McGuirk Stadium.

It’s $25 a pop to watch Stony Brook’s Mighty Sea Dogs. Pricing for a single game has not been announced but will be at least $30 per game. The other four home games will be against New Mexico State, Liberty, Buffalo and Army.

If you wear maroon-colored glasses and think $25 is fair, consider Boston College will play six games at home and season tickets start at $99. Children 13 and under pay $50.

The Eagles’ home games are against Rutgers, Clemson, Louisville, Duke, Syracuse and Maine. Don’t call Maine a cupcake, not after the Black Bears beat the Minutemen last season.

UMass AD Ryan Bamford will feel the heat as Don Brown’s gridsters are 3-8 and play Army, and anointed hoops savior Frank Martin begins the task of turning spring promise into winter reality.

Anecdotes: How much did UMass pay for the rings it bought to commemorate the D-1 hockey championship? A big ? Two thousand ? Wrong, they cost $250 each. That’s according to Jeff Smith, the AD Senior Associate for External Affairs.

It’s not as chintzy as you might think. According to USA Today’s Lindsay Schnell, the NCAA caps the amount a school can spend on championship rings at $415 each. Still cheap, as Alfred E. Neuman would say.

We’ll have more on that next week, but for now all eyes are on the coaching vacancies in BU and BC and whether coach Greg Carvel will be drawn to a code. Boston post office.

It’s the type of fluid situation that you can’t speculate on in a three-day chronicle. Until then, it could be old news.

Die-hard Red Sox fan Steve Kramer was 10th overall at Yankee Stadium in the 5-4 extra-inning loss to the Bombers on Saturday. He files this report: “Ticket bought from a scalper. There are no paper tickets and they use their phones. It was not easy.

“The old stadium had character, the new one has a shorter RF than Lunt Field and the price of a vendor beer was $15.95. The can said Pinstripe Pilsner with a Yankee badge on it. I felt like I was drinking poison from the Wicked Witch of the West.

“I was sleeping with the enemy, 30,000 kids with New York accents wearing #99 jerseys and Boston Sucks t-shirts.

“When (Alex) Verdugo hit the two-point blast to make it 2-0, there was a brief, brilliant moment from Camelot.”

The Greenfield Kiwanis Club is looking for foursomes for its annual Warm the Children tournament at Greenfield Country Club on May 9. The cost is $400 per team and the 9 a.m. tee time includes 18 holes, a cart, a Terrazza gift card, prizes and a raffle. elements. Call Phil Corrinet at 413-427-2075.

Harvard hockey fan Vassar Pierce of Jamaica Plain watched Denver beat Minnesota State, 5-1, to win the NCAA hockey championship at TD Garden on Saturday. “There were a few seats open but not many,” Pierce wrote. “It was a great environment, and a lot of Mankato and Denver fans as well as Michigan fans in the rink. Lots of Boston people too – which was really nice.

Quote of the week: Former Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman to MLB Network’s Greg Amsinger, responding to Ronald Acuna Jr.’s comment he “never liked him”: “When you put on a Braves uniform, there’s has organizational rules. You don’t cover the A with sunglasses. You are not wearing earrings. You have your hair of a certain length. You wear a uniform during BP. You don’t have black eyes running all over your face. I was one of the older guys who had to enforce this stuff in the clubhouse. When you put on a Braves uniform, that’s kind of what happens there.

Michigan State’s Tom Izzo to Dan Patrick on the negative impact that the similarity between name and image has on teamwork: “Everyone wants to be a shooter, if you don’t score so many points, if you don’t get more rebounds, you don’t get so much NIL money.That’s why I think you see some coaches quitting.

Opening Stun: Robinson Cano scored the Mets’ first inning of the season on a charged one-shot basis. … The Guardians-Royals opener was played in 40mph winds at Kauffman Stadium. Bobby Witt Jr.’s first hit in the league was witnessed by his father Bobby, who won 104 games for the Texas Rangers. … Kyle Schwarber hit a first home run in his first at bat as a Phillie and then went 1-for-17 (.059) through Tuesday. … Call from Yankees announcer John Sterling of Mike Rizzo’s first home run against Boston’s Nate Eovaldi: “Nobody beats the Rizz!”

SQUIBBERS: Still no taker for Baker Mayfield? Maybe the clubs remember the night five years ago when cops in Fayetteville, Ark. tackled him and arrested him for public drunkenness. “I did not do anything !” shouted Mayfield, to which a cop replied, “No, you’re just a jerk a** who tried to get away.”. … Transfer from Swarthmore Cole Hebble bats .406 for UMass, a number that holds special significance for every New England player who has baseball in his blood. … Tigers rookie Spencer Torkelson hit a fly ball wide of Rich Hill on Tuesday that was misplayed in a double by slow-footed right fielder Christian Arroyo. Background noise on the Detroit radio show included a fan shouting, “This is his first hit. Thank you Arroyo! “. … The Red Sox and Yankees averaged 7,330 and 6,756 fans in Florida this spring, while the Astros and Nationals averaged less than 2,500 at Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. … Tiger Woods won $43,500 for his audacious 13-over-par performance at the Masters. …. Congratulations to Andy Calisewski of Greenfield for refereeing 41 high school volleyball games this season despite serious health issues. … Former FM disc jockey Richard Neer keeps a list of quirky opening rock n’ roll acts. His two favorites: “Bruce Springsteen opened for Anne Murray and Led Zeppelin opened for Iron Butterfly.”

Chip Ainsworth is an award-winning columnist who has written his observations of the sport over four decades in the Pioneer Valley. He can be contacted at [email protected]