Chavez Ravine is easily one of the best stadiums in baseball to visit. While it may not be THE stadium to visit, it certainly ranks among the top. Fans have been proving that for the last 6 years, as the Dodgers have topped attendance in Major League Baseball every year since 2013.
In fact, the Dodgers are on pace to once again sell close to four million tickets. That mark would set the franchise record for a second consecutive year.
The #Dodgers are on pace to sell more than 3.9 million tickets this season, which would set a club record for the second consecutive season.
— Bill Shaikin (@BillShaikin) September 3, 2019
It’s a little bit easier to sell tickets when your team actually wins baseball games. It’s MUCH easier to sell tickets when your team has appeared in the last two World Series. Sure they lost both of those, but they were there.
The simple truth of the matter is that people like to win, and that’s what keeps fans coming back to the ballpark. Dodger Stadium is averaging 48,885 fans per game in attendance, which is nearly 15 percent greater than the next best team. The Cardinals draw roughly 42,799 fans per game.
Just 72 games into the season, the Dodgers have drawn 3,519,778 fans through their gates. That’s a far cry from their 3,324,246 fans drawn in 2012 when the team went 86-76 and missed the playoffs. Maybe it’s all of the home runs they’re hitting?
So keep flocking to the stadium everyone, it’s the easiest way to show the rest of the league why we’re the best fans in all of baseball!
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