When Boomer & Craig heard about the Mets selling tickets to Wednesday afternoon’s tilt with the Nationals (Stephen Strasburg and Johan Santana are the scheduled starters) for $2.50, the Dynamic Radio Duo wanted to see if this was in fact true. So Craig did a little research and learned that four tickets will end up costing around $14, not $10, when it’s all said and done.
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Al Dukes was quick to chime in, pointing out that if you purchase your seat online and print your own ticket, well then you don’t have a ticket stub. Al went on to explain to the guys why he is so lonely, I mean that he collects old ticket stubs as a keepsake.READ MORE: A Closer Look At This Year's Best Musical Nominees: 'Moulin Rouge', 'Tina' And 'Jagged Little Pill'
Al’s revelation prompted Boomer to ask the 42-year-old single male if he shows his extensive collection of stubs – which are stored in a drawer – to his dates…
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