• Attendance Up On West Coast, Not So Much On The East

    Posted by on April 18th, 2013 · Comments (2)

    Here are the numbers, comparing the start of 2012 against 2013:

    Rk Tm 2012_AttendpGm 2013_AttendpGm DiffPerGame ▾
    1 LAD 36,367 47,112 10,745
    2 WSN 24,486 31,662 7,177
    3 TOR 24,538 30,317 5,779
    4 LAA 35,321 40,146 4,825
    5 CIN 24,037 27,439 3,403
    6 ARI 26,567 29,044 2,477
    7 ATL 30,247 32,650 2,403
    8 DET 33,595 35,787 2,193
    9 BAL 28,636 30,010 1,374
    10 SDP 26,851 27,427 577
    11 SFG 41,443 41,639 196
    12 KCR 20,862 20,984 122
    13 STL 41,691 41,638 -53
    14 CLE 15,826 15,518 -309
    15 HOU 23,163 22,268 -895
    16 SEA 20,654 18,842 -1,812
    17 CHW 22,610 20,790 -1,820
    18 COL 33,195 30,604 -2,592
    19 PIT 23,497 20,901 -2,595
    20 TEX 40,403 37,246 -3,157
    21 NYY 42,005 38,732 -3,273
    22 OAK 23,606 19,309 -4,297
    23 BOS 37,897 33,543 -4,354
    24 NYM 32,495 28,000 -4,495
    25 CHC 37,001 32,007 -4,994
    26 MIL 36,447 30,901 -5,546
    27 PHI 45,449 39,441 -6,008
    28 TBR 29,269 22,839 -6,430
    29 MIN 33,472 26,481 -6,991
    30 MIA 30,174 19,586 -10,588
    total 30,255 29,468 -787
    Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
    Generated 4/18/2013.

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    It will be interesting to see if the Dodgers keep this up…

    Comments on Attendance Up On West Coast, Not So Much On The East

    1. OldYanksFan
      April 18th, 2013 | 4:23 pm

      1) The weather.
      2) Teams on top are projected to Win their Division.

      Winners always draw better.

    2. Raf
      April 18th, 2013 | 5:17 pm

      I’m curious to see where the Marlins attendance is going to wind up.

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