SBJ/September 26 - October 2, 2005/The Tracker

MLB Ticket Sales

THROUGH SEPT. 19
Home team
Dates
Total
Avg.
% cap.
Previous
Change
Dates (2004)
Max.
Min.
90%+
50%-
Arizona Diamondbacks
75
1,913,228
25,510
52.0%
31,503
-19.0%
75
45,539
18,742
1
37
Atlanta Braves
71
2,224,439
31,330
62.5%
29,175
7.4%
72
52,274
16,584
3
14
Baltimore Orioles
74
2,342,827
31,660
65.6%
33,988
-6.8%
71
49,828
15,641
14
20
Boston Red Sox
74
2,602,132
35,164
100.6%
35,039
0.4%
74
35,673
33,702
74
0
Chicago Cubs
75
2,908,325
38,778
98.1%
39,188
-1.0%
74
40,488
36,791
75
0
Chicago White Sox
75
2,158,928
28,786
70.8%
25,021
15.0%
72
39,610
10,520
20
15
Cincinnati Reds
74
1,795,110
24,258
57.4%
28,249
-14.1%
78
42,794
13,351
2
25
Cleveland Indians
75
1,817,067
24,228
55.8%
22,525
7.6%
77
42,521
12,162
4
30
Colorado Rockies
74
1,768,542
23,899
47.4%
29,669
-19.4%
74
48,538
18,184
2
56
Detroit Tigers
73
1,893,539
25,939
63.2%
24,681
5.1%
72
44,105
10,463
8
22
Florida Marlins
75
1,734,600
23,128
63.7%
22,091
4.7%
75
57,405
11,416
5
17
Houston Astros
77
2,641,327
34,303
83.8%
37,903
-9.5%
75
43,596
23,882
25
0
Kansas City Royals
72
1,301,765
18,080
43.7%
21,507
-15.9%
73
41,788
8,915
2
52
Los Angeles Angels
75
3,167,654
42,235
93.6%
41,695
1.3%
75
44,109
35,077
62
0
Los Angeles Dodgers
74
3,309,456
44,722
79.9%
42,656
4.8%
74
55,892
30,329
19
0
Milwaukee Brewers
71
1,966,776
27,701
65.2%
25,806
7.3%
74
45,079
10,927
12
19
Minnesota Twins
74
1,907,197
25,773
56.7%
23,401
10.1%
78
48,764
12,564
6
28
New York Mets
73
2,605,963
35,698
62.2%
28,735
24.2%
74
55,953
16,874
7
17
New York Yankees
75
3,778,486
50,380
88.4%
48,443
4.0%
74
55,327
35,282
45
0
Oakland Athletics
72
1,894,260
26,309
60.3%
26,952
-2.4%
74
47,385
10,106
14
28
Philadelphia Phillies
77
2,558,222
33,224
75.8%
41,031
-19.0%
74
45,449
21,169
17
3
Pittsburgh Pirates
73
1,714,274
23,483
61.0%
20,498
14.6%
71
38,579
8,413
10
18
San Diego Padres
74
2,624,744
35,470
84.5%
36,849
-3.7%
72
43,876
20,966
32
1
San Francisco Giants
78
3,063,116
39,271
94.4%
40,131
-2.1%
75
43,069
33,666
52
0
Seattle Mariners
75
2,564,779
34,197
72.1%
35,945
-4.9%
78
46,249
22,428
8
2
St. Louis Cardinals
76
3,314,217
43,608
86.6%
37,790
15.4%
77
50,372
26,026
38
0
Tampa Bay Devil Rays
76
1,052,178
13,844
31.5%
14,953
-7.4%
70
33,220
8,308
1
70
Texas Rangers
77
2,400,564
31,176
63.7%
32,067
-2.8%
69
50,492
18,077
8
18
Toronto Blue Jays
75
1,862,708
24,836
49.2%
22,445
10.7%
78
50,560
13,839
3
52
Washington Nationals*
72
2,443,666
33,940
59.9%
9,335
263.6%
71
45,596
23,332
0
15
TOTALS
2,231
69,330,089
31,076
68.1%
30,368
2.3%
2,220
57,405
8,308
569
559
* Totals are compared with the franchise’s 2004 marks playing a split home schedule in Montreal and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Total ticket sales
New York Yankees
3,778,486
St. Louis Cardinals
3,314,217
Los Angeles Dodgers
3,309,456
Average per game
New York Yankees
50,380
Los Angeles Dodgers
44,722
St. Louis Cardinals
43,608
Percent of capacity sold
Boston Red Sox
100.6%
Chicago Cubs
98.1%
San Francisco Giants
94.4%
Gain from last season
Washington Nationals
263.6%
New York Mets
24.2%
St. Louis Cardinals
15.4%
Loss from last season
Colorado Rockies
-19.4%
Arizona Diamondbacks
-19.0%
Philadelphia Phillies
-19.0%
Sales of 90% or more
Chicago Cubs
75
Boston Red Sox
74
Los Angeles Angels
62
Sales of 50% or less
Tampa Bay Devil Rays
70
Colorado Rockies
56
Kansas City Royals
52
Toronto Blue Jays
52

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