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ClassPass, MoviePass – now Ballpark Pass

Until recently, baseball has been a sport played without clocks. And now, for fans of teams like the Oakland Athletics, America’s pastime can be enjoyed without individual game tickets.

Various Major League Baseball teams, including the St. Louis Cardinals, the Milwaukee Brewers, and the Miami Marlins, have been experimenting with Ballpark Pass, a subscription model that allows fans to attend all regular home games for

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