Cubs Stand Pat on Season Ticket Prices

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    AP
    Chicago Cubs left fielder Darnell McDonald is unable to make the catch on Pittsburgh Pirates' Starling Marte's fly ball during the first inning of a baseball game Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013, in Chicago.

    Chicago Cubs brass have decided its fans shouldn't have to pay the price for a losing season.

    The team will not be raising prices for season ticket holders in 2014, according to CSN Chicago.

    Prices will remain the same or decrease for season ticket holders.

    It's not clear whether single-game prices will increase in 2014.

    The Cubs lost 96 games this season.

    The team drew 2,642,682 fans in 2013, the lowest total since 1998, according to CSN.