Ned, Grady will stay put; ticket prices won’t

Those were the main points of Frank McCourt’s mini-press conference this morning. Frank says Ned and Grady are committed to the organization’s goals, and so they will remain in place. As for ticket prices, he says they will increase next year in sections of the ballpark where renovations (or, as Frank called them, investments) are expected to take place, and he said this winter’s phase of renovations will cost $70 million to $80 million. But he also said at least 10,000 seats will remain affordably priced — or, in his words, “accessible to any fan who wants to come to the ballpark and be part of the Dodgers experience.”

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