Friday, September 23, 2011

Dodger Attendance Falls Below 3M For The First Time Since 1992

This, according to the game notes:

The announced crowd of 37,560 gave the Dodgers a season home attendance total of 2,935,139, the first time they failed to draw at least 3 million in a non-strike year since 1992. They averaged 36,236 and had just three sellouts at the 56,000-seat stadium.

Remember, 1992 was the first year MLB consolidated operations and started counting tickets sold, not turnstile attendance. So, the Dodgers hit a new low this year in the entire 20-season "modern attendance standard" era.


Fred's Brim said...

A good 2/3rds of that count was represented by Dusty and Mary Hart