"So you’d think Red Sox seats are impossible to score. Wrong. About 20 percent to 30 percent of tickets trade on what’s become baseball’s hottest secondary market, according to the club, making seats available for every game. Usually that means paying a big premium over face value. But for some games, even when resale prices fall below face value, tickets end up in the trash, Bloomberg BusinessWeek reports in its Aug. 2 edition. "