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Dog-gone-it policy is a hit!

Byline: Ian Carbis

LOS Angeles Dodgers have defended the new ticketing policy at their stadium's little-used right-field pavilion.

The baseball club have hiked the price of the 3,000 restricted view seats from $6 to $40 by including an all-you-can-eat buffet.

Since the launch, the pavilion has sold out eight times as fans have made the most of the Dodger dogs and cheese-drenched nachos on offer.

Health groups in California are up in arms, but Dodgers vice-president Marty Greenspun said criticism is unfair.

"This isn't about gluttony," he said. "This is about fan amenity."
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Jun 15, 2007
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