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Old 04-25-2017, 07:16 PM
stevo stevo is offline
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It's a little confusing but in that situation they just left the Yes/No score first inning up and it just got more expensive once Houston went down top of first. I honestly don't know if that's how they do it every time but I printed the ticket.

You can tell by price. When is no first inning -298? That's a half inning price depending on pitcher.

Just wanted to clarify why it didn't name team to score that 1/2 inning.
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