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  • THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY TURNSTILE TRACKER

         TODAY: MLB American League Attendance Through September 14
    
           
    '97 YEAR-TO-DATE
    COMPARISONS
    TEAM
    HOME DATES
    AVG.
    TOTAL
    %CAP
    '96 AVG.
    % +/-
    '95 AVG.
    % +/
    BAL
    71
    45,889
    3,258,124
    95%
    44,876
    + 2%
    43,034
    + 7%
    CLE^
    73
    42,523
    3,104,175
    98%
    41,974
    + 1%
    40,039
    + 6%
    SEA
    75
    38,674
    2,900,539
    65%
    32,657
    +18%
    22,510
    +72%
    TEX
    73
    37,397
    2,729,954
    76%
    35,427
    + 6%
    27,582
    +36%
    TOR
    75
    31,899
    2,392,447
    63%
    31,445
    + 1%
    39,257
    -19%
    NYY
    70
    33,645
    2,355,151
    58%
    27,329
    +23%
    24,361
    +38%
    BOS
    75
    27,854
    2,089,074
    82%
    28,258
    - 1%
    30,061
    - 7%
    CHI
    72
    24,301
    1,749,646
    55%
    21,624
    +12%
    22,673
    + 7%
    ANA^
    73
    22,130
    1,615,477
    65%
    22,900
    - 3%
    24,287
    - 9%
    KC
    72
    20,014
    1,441,042
    49%
    18,266
    + 9%
    17,622
    +14%
    MIL
    71
    18,869
    1,339,716
    35%
    16,874
    +12%
    15,318
    +23%
    MIN^
    75
    17,641
    1,323,052
    36%
    17,940
    - 2%
    14,690
    +21%
    DET^
    73
    16,804
    1,226,723
    36%
    15,301
    +10%
    16,634
    + 1%
    OAK^
    72
    16,103
    1,159,406
    37%
    13,852
    +16%
    16,540
    - 3%
    AL
    1020
    28,122
    28,684,526
    60%
    26,360
    + 7%
    25,359
    +11%
    NOTES: (^) Oakland's first six home games in '96 were played at 9,300-seat Cashman Field in Las Vegas. Both Oakland and Cleveland have increased capacity slightly from '96, while Minnesota and Detroit have decreased capacity. Anaheim Stadium, currently being renovated, has capacity listed at 34,000, down from 64,406 in '96. The '96 comparison is of average attendance through the same number of dates. Due to the shortened '95 season, the '95 comparison is of final season average. -30-

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