sellout


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an act of betraying

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an act of betrayal

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While the Nats still have yet to post a sellout, it was the second highest attended game of the season behind only Opening Day for the club.
And similar opponents inspire little confidence for those in the sellout crowd who want their money's worth.
There are also potential sellouts with Cyndi Lauper Feb.
Normally, corporations step in, or even the club itself, will purchase tickets, to reach the sellout number.
Even Colorado, which entered the season with 439 consecutive sellouts, had to scramble in the final hours to sell all the tickets to its season opener, according to the Denver Post.
Attendance Capacity Sell-Thru Notes TXR PHI 45,633 43,647 105% Sellout CHC BOS 37,688 36,945 102% Sellout COL MIL 42,605 41,900 102% Sellout.
The sellout figure varies, but 41,721 was the club's Opening Day sellout figure.
With a sellout in this afternoon's game against the Texas Rangers, the fans of the Boston Red Sox have reached 600 consecutive regular season sellout games at Fenway Park extending their record of most consecutive sellouts in baseball history.
If there is a sellout, it would be USC's first capacity crowd against a Southeastern Conference team.
The Clippers drew a sellout crowd, their seventh sellout this season.
Attendance figures: This will be the 13th Coliseum sellout of a USC-Notre Dame game.
While those seeking animated fare this weekend chose ``The Incredibles'' over ``Polar'' by more than a 2-1 margin, the eight-stories-high, 120-feet-wide IMAX version featuring 3-D elements not in the regular film was a sellout in many locations.
It's USC's third sellout of the season (along with California and Arizona State).
A sellout (92,000) would be USC's largest home crowd for a game not involving UCLA or Notre Dame since 1964, when the Coliseum's capacity was reduced to 92,416.
Fan-tastic: Tracy praised sellout crowds for the St.