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MLB postseason games expected to bring in $93 million for NYC, mayor says

Mayor Eric Adams was at Yankee Stadium Tuesday to highlight the economic impact of this week's MLB playoff series between the Yankees and the Cleveland Guardians and the Mets/Padres Wild-Card Series.

News 12 Staff

Oct 11, 2022, 5:08 PM

Updated 620 days ago

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Mayor Eric Adams was at Yankee Stadium Tuesday to highlight the economic impact of this week's MLB playoff series between the Yankees and the Cleveland Guardians and the Mets/Padres Wild-Card Series.
Adams said the postseason games are expected to generate a total of $93 million in economic activity for the city.
The mayor said that hotels in particular are seeing about a 91% recovery rate.
Adams said every dollar spent "plays a vital role in how we're going to recover across the city."


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