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MLB Turnstile Tracker

Home team Dates Total Avg. % cap. Previous Change Dates 2012 Max. Min. 90%+ 50%-
Arizona Diamondbacks 60 1,604,544 26,742 55.00% 27,842 -3.90% 57 48,023 17,531 3 26
Atlanta Braves 57 1,850,809 32,470 65.80% 29,434 10.30% 58 51,456 18,295 9 16
Baltimore Orioles 58 1,722,044 29,690 64.60% 25,842 14.90% 57 46,653 11,168 10 17
Boston Red Sox 60 2,071,811 34,530 92.30% 37,616 -8.20% 63 38,138 27,704 42 0
Chicago Cubs 57 1,892,015 33,193 80.90% 37,173 -10.70% 55 42,240 24,645 11 0
Chicago White Sox 57 1,322,150 23,196 57.10% 24,432 -5.10% 58 39,012 14,213 1 15
Cincinnati Reds 57 1,834,913 32,191 76.10% 29,193 10.30% 56 43,168 14,916 19 8
Cleveland Indians 62 1,245,345 20,086 47.60% 20,677 -2.90% 59 41,567 9,143 2 38
Colorado Rockies 61 2,142,922 35,130 69.60% 33,864 3.70% 58 49,077 18,341 6 7
Detroit Tigers 56 2,112,467 37,723 91.40% 37,720 0.00% 56 45,051 28,781 34 0
Houston Astros* 62 1,224,984 19,758 47.00% 21,283 -7.20% 59 41,307 11,686 2 40
Kansas City Royals 59 1,310,964 22,220 58.60% 23,126 -3.90% 53 40,073 10,069 5 21
Los Angeles Angels 62 2,303,275 37,150 81.70% 37,556 -1.10% 55 44,014 30,010 11 0
Los Angeles Dodgers 60 2,722,243 45,371 81.00% 41,369 9.70% 58 53,275 30,981 22 0
Miami Marlins 58 1,054,525 18,181 48.60% 28,388 -36.00% 57 34,439 13,110 1 36
Milwaukee Brewers 58 1,829,488 31,543 75.30% 34,991 -9.90% 59 45,781 21,023 13 0
Minnesota Twins 54 1,709,127 31,651 81.10% 35,200 -10.10% 58 39,317 22,963 15 0
New York Mets 57 1,543,378 27,077 64.60% 29,488 -8.20% 57 41,257 20,147 2 2
New York Yankees 58 2,330,618 40,183 79.90% 43,298 -7.20% 56 49,514 31,445 9 0
Oakland Athletics 55 1,291,582 23,483 67.00% 20,649 13.70% 60 36,067 10,689 13 17
Philadelphia Phillies 56 2,156,670 38,512 88.20% 44,459 -13.40% 59 45,725 31,002 25 0
Pittsburgh Pirates 60 1,611,942 26,866 70.00% 26,926 -0.20% 55 39,173 9,570 15 13
San Diego Padres 58 1,594,664 27,494 64.70% 26,166 5.10% 57 44,436 14,596 9 14
San Francisco Giants 61 2,541,350 41,661 99.40% 41,734 -0.20% 58 42,747 41,048 61 0
Seattle Mariners 63 1,457,490 23,135 48.70% 22,710 1.90% 54 46,027 9,818 3 37
St. Louis Cardinals 56 2,370,833 42,336 96.30% 41,374 2.30% 57 47,345 34,882 46 0
Tampa Bay Rays 58 1,071,608 18,476 54.20% 20,572 -10.20% 59 34,078 9,952 4 27
Texas Rangers 57 2,238,457 39,271 81.60% 43,608 -9.90% 58 48,845 26,643 13 0
Toronto Blue Jays 60 1,931,062 32,184 65.30% 28,346 13.50% 54 48,857 15,684 9 17
Washington Nationals 62 2,069,138 33,373 78.90% 30,159 10.70% 53 45,274 24,412 15 0
TOTALS 1,759 54,162,418 30,792 71.10% 31,534 -2.40% 1,713 53,275 9,143 430 351

* The Astros moved to the American League from the National League this year.
Note: Information reflects a Cincinnati home game against San Francisco on July 4 being postponed by rain and made up as part of a Reds-Giants single-admission doubleheader in San Francisco on July 23.

Leaders

TOTAL
Los Angeles Dodgers 2,722,243
San Francisco Giants 2,541,350
St. Louis Cardinals 2,370,833
AVERAGE PER GAME
Los Angeles Dodgers 45,371
St. Louis Cardinals 42,336
San Francisco Giants 41,661
GAIN FROM LAST SEASON
Baltimore Orioles 14.90%
Oakland Athletics 13.70%
Toronto Blue Jays 13.50%
LOSS FROM LAST SEASON
Miami Marlins -36.00%
Philadelphia Phillies -13.40%
Chicago Cubs -10.70%
GAMES AT 90%+ CAP.
San Francisco Giants 61
St. Louis Cardinals 46
Boston Red Sox 42
GAMES AT 50%- CAP.
Houston Astros* 40
Cleveland Indians 38
Seattle Mariners 37

% 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 or the leagues.
Compiled by: Brandon McClung

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