They were once ornate. Big, sturdy pieces of cardboard that proved you were there.
Tickets to sporting events have changed over the years. Some pro teams have all but gotten rid of them in a move toward modern convenience. Others extend the privilege of the stub worth saving only to their season ticket holders.
One man is hoping to create sort of a virtual scrapbook of sports ticket history. He’s accumulated quite an online library for fans and collectors to appreciate.
Paul Lukas examines Russ Havens’ effort and just about everything else stub-related in his Page 2 column for ESPN.com