Well Micheal Jordan was planning to play baseball - However, with the ongoing MLB strike, Jordan decided to quit the sport rather than becoming a replacement player and being labeled a strikebreaker. Jordan made that announcement on March 18, 1995, just a couple of weeks ahead of the planned opening day AAA debut. Tickets had already gone on sale. Do not expect many people have kept this ticket for over 25 years or they attended opening day and do not have a full, unused ticket.Buffalo News on Feb 9, 1995. Nothing in baseball is a sure thing these days, but the Buffalo Bisons are getting ready to accommodate Michael Jordan for their home opener April 6 vs. Herd officials expect to have meetings in the next couple of weeks to discuss how to handle security and the influx of media that's sure to come for Jordan's first Triple A game. Individual-game tickets will go on sale Feb. This item is in the category "Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Vintage Sports Memorabilia\Ticket Stubs".
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