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  • MLB attendance tracker

    (THROUGH JULY 22)

    Home team Dates Total Avg. % cap Previous Change Dates (2012) Max. Min. 90%+ 50%-
    Arizona Diamondbacks 48 1,308,565 27,262 56.1% 28,113 -3.0% 47 48,033 17,531 3 19
    Atlanta Braves 46 1,473,246 32,027 64.9% 29,943 +7.0% 48 51,456 18,295 7 14
    Baltimore Orioles 49 1,445,310 29,496 64.2% 27,058 +9.0% 44 46,653 11,168 9 16
    Boston Red Sox 51 1,744,719 34,210 91.5% 37,635 -9.1% 53 38,138 27,704 33 0
    Chicago Cubs 48 1,584,015 33,000 80.5% 37,268 -11.5% 45 42,240 24,645 9 0
    Chicago White Sox 43 981,310 22,821 56.2% 23,091 -1.2% 46 39,012 14,213 1 12
    Cincinnati Reds 49 1,546,584 31,563 74.6% 29,027 +8.7% 49 43,168 14,916 15 8
    Cleveland Indians 48 920,827 19,184 45.4% 20,100 -4.6% 48 41,567 9,143 2 33
    Colorado Rockies 51 1,786,830 35,036 69.4% 34,059 +2.9% 49 49,077 18,341 6 7
    Detroit Tigers 48 1,776,552 37,012 89.7% 37,267 -0.7% 49 45,051 28,781 26 0
    Houston Astros* 53 1,000,907 18,885 44.9% 22,049 -14.4% 45 41,307 11,686 2 39
    Kansas City Royals 48 1,065,972 22,208 58.6% 23,348 -4.9% 47 40,073 10,069 4 18
    Los Angeles Angels 53 1,971,587 37,200 81.8% 37,506 -0.8% 46 44,014 30,010 10 0
    Los Angeles Dodgers 50 2,211,458 44,229 79.0% 41,212 +7.3% 49 53,138 30,981 14 0
    Miami Marlins 48 836,004 17,417 46.5% 28,443 -38.8% 48 34,439 13,110 1 35
    Milwaukee Brewers 52 1,635,764 31,457 75.1% 34,943 -10.0% 49 45,781 21,023 13 0
    Minnesota Twins 47 1,473,392 31,349 80.3% 34,912 -10.2% 49 39,317 22,963 13 0
    New York Mets 48 1,291,819 26,913 64.2% 29,537 -8.9% 48 41,257 20,147 2 2
    New York Yankees 51 2,023,136 39,669 78.9% 42,718 -7.1% 47 49,514 31,445 6 0
    Oakland Athletics 45 1,044,415 23,209 66.2% 21,320 +8.9% 50 36,067 10,689 11 16
    Philadelphia Phillies 47 1,823,461 38,797 88.9% 44,758 -13.3% 47 45,725 31,002 23 0
    Pittsburgh Pirates 50 1,278,702 25,574 66.7% 26,239 -2.5% 45 39,173 9,570 12 13
    San Diego Padres 50 1,332,559 26,651 62.7% 25,825 +3.2% 51 44,436 14,596 6 14
    San Francisco Giants 49 2,041,521 41,664 99.4% 41,673 0.0% 45 42,747 41,048 49 0
    Seattle Mariners 51 1,112,502 21,814 45.9% 22,286 -2.1% 44 43,389 9,818 2 35
    St. Louis Cardinals 46 1,936,033 42,088 95.7% 41,943 +0.3% 46 47,345 34,882 36 0
    Tampa Bay Rays 53 942,920 17,791 52.2% 20,651 -13.8% 53 34,078 9,952 2 27
    Texas Rangers 50 1,964,046 39,281 81.6% 43,608 -9.9% 45 48,845 26,643 13 0
    Toronto Blue Jays 50 1,596,840 31,937 64.8% 26,648 +19.8% 45 48,857 15,684 8 15
    Washington Nationals 49 1,641,333 33,497 79.2% 30,201 +10.9% 47 45,274 24,412 14 0
    TOTALS 1,471 44,792,329 30,450 70.3% 31,419 -3.1% 1,424 53,138 9,143 352 323

    * Houston moved to the American League from the National League starting with the 2013 season.

    Leaders

    TOTAL
    Los Angeles Dodgers 2,211,458
    San Francisco Giants 2,041,521
    New York Yankees 2,023,136
    AVERAGE PER GAME
    Los Angeles Dodgers 44,229
    St. Louis Cardinals 42,088
    San Francisco Giants 41,664
    PERCENT OF CAPACITY
    San Francisco Giants 99.4%
    St. Louis Cardinals 95.7%
    Boston Red Sox 91.5%
    GAIN FROM LAST SEASON
    Toronto Blue Jays +19.8%
    Washington Nationals +10.9%
    Baltimore Orioles +9.0%
    LOSS FROM LAST SEASON
    Miami Marlins -38.8%
    Houston Astros* -14.4%
    Tampa Bay Rays -13.8%
    GAMES AT 90%+ CAP.
    San Francisco Giants 49
    St. Louis Cardinals 36
    Boston Red Sox 33
    GAMES AT 50%- CAP.
    Houston Astros* 39
    Miami Marlins 35
    Seattle Mariners 35

    % cap.: Total as a percentage of seats available at home games. Previous: Last season’s average on same date. Change: Difference between current average and last season’s average. Max.: Highest single-game count for current season. Min.: Lowest single-game count for current season. 90%+: Number of current-season games with total being at least 90 percent of available seats. 50%-: Number of current-season games with total being less than 50 percent of available seats.
    Notes: Teams can exceed 100% capacity because of standing-room-only ticket sales. Data based on totals posted immediately following games. It may not reflect any subsequent adjustments made by teams and leagues.
    Compiled by: Brandon McClung

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  • MLS attendance tracker

    (THROUGH JULY 22)

    Home team Dates Total Avg. % cap. Previous Change Dates (2012)
    Chicago Fire 11 151,524 13,775 68.9% 15,543 -11.4% 10
    Chivas USA 10 87,150 8,715 46.4% 13,191 -33.9% 11
    Colorado Rapids 11 164,546 14,959 85.9% 15,184 -1.5% 10
    Columbus Crew 10 147,558 14,756 73.2% 14,858 -0.7% 9
    D.C. United 10 136,450 13,645 69.5% 14,132 -3.4% 10
    FC Dallas 11 174,136 15,831 77.2% 13,525 +17.0% 12
    Houston Dynamo (a) 9 177,025 19,669 89.2% 21,045 -6.5% 10
    Los Angeles Galaxy 10 217,644 21,764 80.6% 22,729 -4.2% 11
    Montreal Impact (b) 10 210,004 21,000 75.0% 24,472 -14.2% 11
    New England Revolution 10 137,445 13,745 68.7% 12,455 +10.4% 10
    New York Red Bulls 10 182,851 18,285 73.1% 17,720 +3.2% 10
    Philadelphia Union 11 192,231 17,476 94.5% 18,398 -5.0% 9
    Portland Timbers 9 186,066 20,674 101.2% 20,438 +1.2% 10
    Real Salt Lake 11 207,208 18,837 93.2% 18,678 +0.9% 12
    San Jose Earthquakes (c) 10 143,825 14,383 99.4% 15,229 -5.6% 10
    Seattle Sounders FC 8 327,385 40,923 106.3% 39,537 +3.5% 10
    Sporting Kansas City 11 216,801 19,709 106.7% 19,321 +2.0% 10
    Toronto FC 10 195,923 19,592 89.6% 19,033 +2.9% 10
    Vancouver Whitecaps 10 198,432 19,843 94.5% 19,384 +2.4% 11
    TOTALS 192 3,454,204 17,991 83.9% 18,672 -3.6% 196

    (a) Played its first game at new BBVA Compass Stadium in May 2012.
    (b) Played its first two games at Olympic Stadium this season and five games last season.
    (c) Includes designated Earthquakes home games played at AT&T Park last season and Stanford Stadium in both seasons.

    % cap.: Total as a percentage of seats available at home games. Previous: Last season’s average on same date. Change: Difference between current average and last season’s average. Max.: Highest single-game count for current season. Min.: Lowest single-game count for current season. 90%+: Number of current-season games with total being at least 90 percent of available seats. 50%-: Number of current-season games with total being less than 50 percent of available seats.
    Notes: Teams can exceed 100% capacity because of standing-room-only ticket sales. Data based on totals posted immediately following games. It may not reflect any subsequent adjustments made by teams and leagues.
    Compiled by: Brandon McClung

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  • MiLB attendance tracker

    (THROUGH JULY 22)

    League Level No. of teams Dates Total Average Dates (2012) Previous Change
    International AAA 14 684 4,507,456 6,590 693 6,433 +2.4%
    Pacific Coast AAA 16 796 4,679,166 5,878 794 5,924 -0.8%
    Eastern AA 12 580 2,518,244 4,342 579 4,509 -3.7%
    Southern AA 10 467 1,670,456 3,577 477 3,415 +4.7%
    Texas AA 8 385 2,014,328 5,232 390 5,298 -1.2%
    California A Advanced 10 506 1,143,579 2,260 494 2,308 -2.1%
    Carolina A Advanced 8 374 1,312,307 3,509 378 3,492 +0.5%
    Florida State A Advanced 12 545 885,266 1,624 559 1,615 +0.5%
    Midwest A 16 742 2,739,581 3,692 775 3,542 +4.2%
    South Atlantic A 14 643 2,077,968 3,232 665 3,296 -1.9%
    New York-Penn A Short-Season 14 227 720,442 3,174 231 3,398 -6.6%
    Northwest A Short-Season 8 149 474,590 3,185 145 2,891 +10.2%
    Appalachian Rookie 10 132 119,515 905 147 1,036 -12.6%
    Pioneer Rookie 8 121 291,831 2,412 129 2,519 -4.2%
    TOTALS   160 6,351 25,154,729 3,961 6,456 3,942 +0.5%

    Note: Does not include totals for the Mexican League (AAA) or for the Arizona League, Gulf Coast League, Venezuelan Summer League and Dominican Summer League (all Rookie leagues).

    % cap.: Total as a percentage of seats available at home games. Previous: Last season’s average on same date. Change: Difference between current average and last season’s average. Max.: Highest single-game count for current season. Min.: Lowest single-game count for current season. 90%+: Number of current-season games with total being at least 90 percent of available seats. 50%-: Number of current-season games with total being less than 50 percent of available seats.
    Notes: Teams can exceed 100% capacity because of standing-room-only ticket sales. Data based on totals posted immediately following games. It may not reflect any subsequent adjustments made by teams and leagues.
    Compiled by: Brandon McClung

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