The Cubs announced Wednesday they’re reducing season ticket prices by 2.5 percent heading into the 2020 season, representing the team’s first price reduction on anything ever to fans.

“Yes, this is the first time we’ve ever reduced our prices on anything ever, but it’s also the first time ever our fans voiced concerns about our prices,” said President of Business Operations Crane Kenney. “Trust me. I listen to our fans.”

While some Cubs fans worry this price reduction signals the team is in for lean times on the field, Kenney contends otherwise.

“Just because we’re generously given money back to our fans on tickets doesn’t mean we’re fleecing them elsewhere,” said Kenney. “Have you read about all the money we’ll be making next year off subscriptions to watch baseball games that used to be free?”