Rams Raise Prices for '88; White, Hicks Are Honored

The Rams announced Tuesday they will raise ticket prices for the first time in three years.

The top ticket prices for the 1988 season will be $25. While the prices for the majority of the seats in Anaheim Stadium will be raised, the Rams said more than 5,000 tickets will be reduced in price from $21 to $19.

The Rams, who were 6-9 in 1987, will face six NFL playoff teams at home next season--the San Francisco 49ers, the New Orleans Saints, the Chicago Bears, the Seattle Seahawks, the Denver Broncos, and the Houston Oilers.

Running back Charles White and cornerback Clifford Hicks were named the Rams' most valuable player and rookie of the year, the team said.

White was voted the winner of the Daniel F. Reeves Memorial Award, given annually to the team's most valuable player. He led the NFL in rushing this past season with 1,374 yards on 324 carries and scored a team-high 11 touchdowns.

Hicks was the recipient of the Carroll Rosenbloom Memorial Award given annually to the club's top rookie. A third-round draft choice last year, he saw limited action on defense but was a major contributor on special teams.

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