The Washington Nationals are freezing or cutting prices on all single-game tickets for the second consecutive year, and after a second straight 100-loss season.
The cost of more than 3,000 seats at Nationals Park will be reduced when sold for individual games, some from $30 to $24, others from $18 to $17, the team said Wednesday.
The Nationals announced in September they were reducing prices on about 3,300 season tickets.
Washington went a majors-worst 59-103 last season and it ranked 13th in the 16-team NL in attendance, averaging about 22,400 fans.
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