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MLB Rangers Expect Big Home Crowd, Institute New Parking Policy
Published April 5, 2013
Meanwhile, attendance for the Blue Jays' second home game of the season dropped of by nearly 50% from Tuesday's sold-out season opener. The announced crowd of 24,619 at Wednesday's game against the Indians was "even down from last season's second home game, which drew 26,351" (TORONTO STAR, 4/5).