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Total Yearly MLB Attendance 1901 to Present PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 15 March 2010 21:23

The following is yearly attendance data for Major League Baseball from 1901 based upon MLB's Red and Green Books. The table below will be updated at the end of each season to reflect.

Year AL NL ML Total % (+/-)
1901 1,683,584 1,920,031 3,603,615
1902 2,206,454 1,683,012 3,889,466 7.9%
1903 2,344,888 2,390,362 4,735,250 21.7%
1904 3,024,028 2,664,271 5,688,299 20.1%
1905 3,120,752 2,734,310 5,855,062 2.9%
1906 2,938,076 2,781,213 5,719,289 -2.3%
1907 3,398,764 2,640,220 6,038,984 5.6%
1908 3,611,366 3,512,108 7,123,474 18.0%
1909 3,739,570 3,496,420 7,235,990 1.6%
1910 3,270,689 3,494,544 6,765,233 -6.5%
1911 3,339,514 3,231,768 6,571,282 -2.9%
1912 3,263,631 2,735,759 5,999,390 -8.7%
1913 3,526,805 2,831,531 6,358,336 6.0%
1914 2,747,591 1,707,397 4,454,988 -29.9%
1915 2,434,684 2,430,142 4,864,826 9.2%
1916 3,451,885 3,051,634 6,503,519 33.7%
1917 2,858,858 2,361,136 5,219,994 -19.7%
1918 1,707,999 1,372,127 3,080,126 -41.0%
1919 3,654,236 2,878,203 6,532,439 112.1%
1920 5,084,300 4,036,575 9,120,875 39.6%
1921 4,620,328 3,986,984 8,607,312 -5.6%
1922 4,874,355 3,941,820 8,816,175 2.4%
1923 4,602,589 4,069,817 8,672,406 -1.6%
1924 5,255,439 4,340,644 9,596,083 10.7%
1925 5,186,851 4,353,704 9,540,555 -0.6%
1926 4,912,583 4,920,399 9,832,982 3.1%
1927 4,612,951 5,309,917 9,922,868 0.9%
1928 4,221,188 4,881,097 9,102,285 -8.3%
1929 4,662,470 4,925,713 9,588,183 5.3%
1930 4,685,730 5,446,532 10,132,262 5.7%
1931 3,883,292 4,583,815 8,467,107 -16.4%
1932 3,133,232 3,841,334 6,974,566 -17.6%
1933 2,926,210 3,162,821 6,089,031 -12.7%
1934 2,763,606 3,200,105 5,963,711 -2.1%
1935 3,688,007 3,657,309 7,345,316 23.2%
1936 4,178,922 3,903,691 8,082,613 10.0%
1937 4,735,835 4,204,228 8,940,063 10.6%
1938 4,445,684 4,560,837 9,006,521 0.7%
1939 4,270,602 4,707,177 8,977,779 -0.3%
1940 5,433,791 4,389,693 9,823,484 9.4%
1941 4,911,956 4,777,647 9,689,603 -1.4%
1942 4,200,216 4,353,353 8,553,569 -11.7%
1943 3,696,559 3,769,342 7,465,901 -12.7%
1944 4,798,158 3,974,588 8,772,746 17.5%
1945 5,580,420 5,260,703 10,841,123 23.6%
1946 9,621,182 8,902,107 18,523,289 70.9%
1947 9,486,069 10,388,470 19,874,539 7.3%
1948 11,150,099 9,770,743 20,920,842 5.3%
1949 10,730,647 9,484,718 20,215,365 -3.4%
1950 9,142,361 8,320,616 17,462,977 -13.6%
1951 8,882,674 7,244,002 16,126,676 -7.7%
1952 8,293,896 6,339,148 14,633,044 -9.3%
1953 6,964,076 7,419,721 14,383,797 -1.7%
1954 7,922,364 8,013,519 15,935,883 10.8%
1955 8,942,971 7,674,412 16,617,383 4.3%
1956 7,893,683 8,994,525 16,888,208 1.6%
1957 8,196,218 8,819,601 17,015,819 0.8%
1958 7,296,034 10,164,596 17,460,630 2.6%
1959 9,149,454 9,994,525 19,143,979 9.6%
1960 9,226,526 10,684,963 19,911,489 4.0%
1961 10,163,016 8,731,502 18,894,518 -5.1%
1962 10,015,056 11,360,159 21,375,215 13.1%
1963 9,094,487 11,382,227 20,476,714 -4.2%
1964 9,235,151 12,045,190 21,280,341 3.9%
1965 8,860,764 13,581,136 22,441,900 5.5%
1966 10,166,738 15,051,471 25,218,209 12.4%
1967 11,336,923 12,971,430 24,308,353 -3.6%
1968 11,317,387 11,758,358 23,075,745 -5.1%
1969 12,134,745 15,094,946 27,229,691 18.0%
1970 12,085,135 16,662,198 28,747,333 5.6%
1971 11,868,560 17,324,857 29,193,417 1.6%
1972 11,438,538 15,529,730 26,968,268 -7.6%
1973 13,433,604 16,675,322 30,108,926 11.6%
1974 13,047,294 16,978,314 30,025,608 -0.3%
1975 13,189,423 16,600,490 29,789,913 -0.8%
1976 14,657,802 16,660,529 31,318,331 5.1%
1977 19,639,551 19,070,228 38,709,779 23.6%
1978 20,529,965 20,106,921 40,636,886 5.0%
1979 22,371,979 21,178,419 43,550,398 7.2%
1980 21,890,052 21,124,084 43,014,136 -1.2%
1981 14,065,986 12,478,390 26,544,376 -38.3%
1982 23,080,449 21,507,425 44,587,874 68.0%
1983 23,991,053 21,549,285 45,540,338 2.1%
1984 23,961,427 20,781,436 44,742,863 -1.8%
1985 24,532,225 22,292,154 46,824,379 4.7%
1986 25,172,732 22,333,471 47,506,203 1.5%
1987 27,277,351 24,734,155 52,011,506 9.5%
1988 28,499,636 24,499,268 52,998,904 1.9%
1989 29,849,262 25,323,834 55,173,096 4.1%
1990 30,332,260 24,491,508 54,823,768 -0.6%
1991 32,117,588 24,696,172 56,813,760 3.6%
1992 31,759,501 24,112,770 55,872,271 -1.7%
1993 33,332,603 36,923,856 70,256,459 25.7%
1994 24,202,197 25,807,819 50,010,016 -28.8%
1995 25,358,988 25,110,248 50,469,236 0.9%
1996 29,718,093 30,379,288 60,097,381 19.1%
1997 31,283,321 31,885,368 63,168,689 5.1%
1998 31,947,900 38,424,321 70,372,221 11.4%
1999 31,816,532 38,322,848 70,139,380 -0.3%
2000 32,897,543 39,737,552 72,635,095 3.6%
2001 32,709,153 39,558,391 72,267,544 -0.5%
2002 30,910,469 36,948,707 67,859,176 -6.1%
2003 30,907,838 36,660,559 67,568,397 -0.4%
2004 32,801,668 40,221,301 73,022,969 8.1%
2005 33,282,189 41,419,845 74,702,034 2.3%
2006 34,464,169 41,578,618 76,042,787 1.8%
2007 35,389,658 44,113,517 79,503,175 4.6%
2008 34,503,077 44,084,927 78,588,004 -1.2%
2009 32,239,466 41,128,193 73,367,659 -6.6%
2010 32,163,931 40,404,849 72,568,780 -1.1%
2011 32,674,506 40,740,853 73,415,359 1.2%
TOTALS
1,488,305,843 1,586,830,138 3,075,135,981
Year
AL NL ML Total % (+/-)

Source: Major League Baseball Red and Green Books


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MLB To See Attendance Surpass 3 Billion Since AL and NL Merged PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 15 March 2010 20:50

MLBMajor League Baseball should see attendance exceed 3 billion in total attendance by the end of the year from 1901 when the American League and National League merged based on data provided by Major Leahie Baseball. To date, the American League has seen 1,423,467,406 while the National League saw attendance of 1,505,684,436 for the same period, for a Major League total of 2,929,151,842 from 1901 to 2009, just 70,848,158 short of 3 billion. Last season, which was the 5th highest attended on record, MLB saw total attendance of 73,367,659.

Below is the historical yearly attendance data based on Major League Baseball's Red and Green Books. For the uninitiated, the Red Book is the official record source for the American League and the Green Book is the official record source for the National League and is published each year for media purposes.

The Biz of Baseball is also providing the Major League total, as well as percentage of increase or decrease for each year, for each year.

THE BIZ OF BASEBALL HAS CREATED A STAND-ALONE PAGE FOR THIS DATA, AS WELL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE THAT CAN BE REFERCNED FROM THE "RESOURCES" SECTION

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Brewers Have Third-Highest Ticket Sales Day Ever at "Arctic Tailgate" PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 27 February 2010 18:57

BrewersMaybe the Brewers have it all wrong. Yes, Bud Selig took advantage of the Seattle Pilots’ woes, pulled them away from the Pacific Northwest, and filled the void in Milwaukee after the Braves left for Atlanta. But, it may be current owner Mark Attanasio that has truly brought Major League Baseball back to he Brewers. Why?

At today’s “Arctic Tailgate” held at Miller Park, the Brewers sold slightly more than 95,000 tickets in the first six hours of the event. The Brewers reports that the number represents the third-most Brewers tickets ever sold in a single day.

In addition, the Club announced that a total of four games have already sold out of individual game tickets. This marks just the second time in team history that a regular season game other than Opening Day has sold out on the first day of availability.

“Opening Day is fast approaching, and we want to thank the fans who once again have given us terrific momentum in ensuring a great environment at Miller Park all season long,” said Brewers Executive Vice President – Business Operations Rick Schlesinger.

Most fans were interested in purchasing tickets to Opening Day, but the Brewers report that availability was limited to standing room, obstructed and single tickets only.

“As people continue to purchase Season Seat plans, the available tickets for Opening Day do not come close to meeting the demand,” Schlesinger said.

Games that no longer have been sold out for single game buyers include (standing room only, single seats and obstructed view may remain):

April 5 versus the Rockies

April 10 versus the Cardinals

April 24 versus the Cubs

May 15 versus the Phillies

The top five single-day sales totals for the Brewers have all occurred on the first day of individual game sales (listed below):

#1        2009 – 104,000 sold

#2        200898,000 sold

#3        201095,000 sold

#4        2006 94,000 sold

#5        2005 90,000 sold


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MLB Makes TIckets to 2010 All-Star FanFest, Other Activities Available Feb. 23 PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 22 February 2010 21:42

Fans will be able to purchase tickets for the 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star FanFest and Taco Bell All-Star Sunday, featuring the XM All-Star Futures Game and the Taco Bell All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game, beginning February 23. Hall of Famer and Angels legend Rod Carew will serve as spokesperson for 2010 MLB All-Star FanFest.

Major League Baseball All-Star FanFest, a baseball amusement park, will make its first visit to Anaheim and will occupy over 450,000 square feet of space at the Anaheim Convention Center . The five-day event will serve as the launch for MLB All-Star Week which will culminate with the 81st MLB All-Star Game, to be held July 13 at Angel Stadium of Anaheim .

Taco Bell All-Star Sunday showcases many of the top Minor League prospects during the XM All-Star Futures Game. To date, 61 players including Zack Greinke, Josh Hamilton, Ryan Howard, CC Sabathia and David Wright have competed in both the XM All-Star Futures Game and the MLB All-Star Game. The 2010 Taco Bell All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game, which features stars from film, music, television and entertainment teaming up with former Major Leaguers and former Angels stars, follows the conclusion of the XM All-Star Futures Game. Past stars have included Jessica Biel, Whoopi Goldberg, Jimmy Kimmel and Chris Rock. The game has also featured a collection of Hall of Famers including Goose Gossage, Ozzie Smith and Dave Winfield. Ticket prices for Taco Bell All-Star Sunday range from $50 to $110.

MLB All-Star FanFest opens on Friday, July 9 and runs through Tuesday, July 13 and provides an unrivaled experience for fans of all ages. The five-day event is the world’s largest interactive baseball fan event and features more than 40 baseball attractions and exhibits.

Among MLB All-Star FanFest’s attractions are life-sized video batting and pitching cages, clinics from Major League legends, free autograph sessions with former Angels, MLB legends and Hall of Famers, memorabilia and much more.

Rod Carew, who will make a variety of appearances on behalf of MLB All-Star FanFest, was one of the most talented hitters in Major League history. When he was voted into the Hall of Fame in 1991, he was only the 22nd player selected on the first ballot. He was selected to 18 consecutive American League All-Star teams while playing for the Angels and Twins. A native of Panama , Carew had 3,053 career hits and won seven batting titles, a figure surpassed only by Ty Cobb, Tony Gwynn and Honus Wagner. He had a .328 lifetime batting average and hit over .300 in 15 consecutive seasons. Carew and Willie Mays are the only players ever to be Rookie of the Year (1967), Most Valuable Player (1977), have 3,000 hits and be voted into the Hall of Fame. He was named winner of the Roberto Clemente Award in 1977 for his accomplishments on the field, his sportsmanship and his community involvement.

“The 2010 MLB All-Star FanFest will provide more than 100,000 baseball fans with an opportunity to have a special All-Star experience,” said Carew. “I’m excited to be a spokesperson for All-Star FanFest, where fans of all ages can enjoy a wide variety of interactive baseball events.”

All Major League Baseball All-Star FanFest attractions are free with the price of admission, and the only additional event costs are for concessions and memorabilia. Tickets are $30 for adults and $25 for children 12 and under (children two and under are admitted free), senior citizens and military personnel.

Tickets for Major League Baseball All-Star FanFest are sold on a timed-entry basis, providing fans the ability to reserve the day and time of their choice. Major League Baseball is also offering several discount options, including discounts of $5 off each ticket purchased as part of a Major League Baseball All-Star FanFest Family Pack; these packs are sold in ticket denominations of four and up. All payment forms are accepted, including MasterCard, the preferred credit card of Major League Baseball.

Source: Major League Baseball


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Nationals Reduce Prices On 3000 Single-Game Tickets PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 18 December 2009 01:14

NationalsThe Washington Nationals announced on Weds. individual ticket prices for the 2010 season at Nationals Park - offering fans one of the best game day experiences in Major League Baseball at affordable prices. The team's new and exciting roster is sure to provide many entertaining days and nights in NatsTown, where individual tickets will still be available for as low as $5 on game day. Fans will also have new economy parking options just blocks from Nationals Park, making it easier and less expensive for fans to include a trip to Nationals Park in their summer plans.

For the second straight year all game ticket prices in each seating area have decreased or will remain frozen. Prices on over 3,000 seats will be reduced through the creation of the Outfield Reserved (101 through 107 and 138 through 143) with all tickets cut to $24, and Lower Right Field Terrace seats (Sections 222 through 236) cut from $20 to $17.

The ballclub has designated 12 games during the 2010 season as value games, up from five in 2009, in which single-game ticket buyers will have the opportunity to purchase seats at the price offered to partial-plan holders. At least one value game will be offered each month of the season and the slate includes match-ups against the Phillies, Braves, and Astros. The team will also offer 15 prime games, down from 18 the previous year, including Opening Day on April 5 vs. the Phillies, and contests vs. the Dodgers, Orioles and Mets.

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CHA-CHING! Game 6 Tickets Going for As Much as $24,900 Each PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 November 2009 15:14

MoneyShowing that the possible return of World Series glory for the Yankees is something that fans want to get in on, tickets on the secondary market for tonight’s Game 6 of the World Series in the Bronx are selling at record levels. Eric Fisher of the SportsBusiness Journal/SportsBusiness Daily reports:

StubHub this morning confirmed that tonight's Game Six has become its highest-grossing event in company history. The game now ranks ahead of Phillies-Yankees Game Two, Super Bowl XLIII, Phillies-Yankees Game One, and the '09 Florida-Oklahoma BCS Championship game, respectively. Average selling prices for tonight's game now stand at $984, with transactions just in the last 24 hours averaging $1,111 due to sharply heightened demand.

And, just think what today could bring. According to the NY Post, there are two seats up for grabs in the Legends Suite area behind homeplate going for (are you sitting down?) $24,900each.

They haven’t sold, but if you thought shelling out five-figures was out of the question, think again. The top sale, so far, as been $10,100 each for two seats.

Imagine the prices if there is a Game 7.


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Report: Corporate Ticket Sales for Sports Venues Up Over 30% from '08 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 03 November 2009 11:55

MLB Tickets

While the economy had dwindled, at least one source sees corporate ticket sales as solid, compared to 2008. According to on-demand sports and event ticket management software and services company TicketOS, utilization of corporate-owned ticket inventory across all North American sports venues was 69% for October, which is down from 71% in September, but up 31% from October 2008. Club and stadium seating use averaged 73% while suite seats averaged 67% for October. The NFL leads all major leagues with the highest corporate ticket utilization.

As the first table shows, MLB’s playoffs remain a popular use of corporate ticket dollars as evidence by Yankee Stadium, Dodger Stadium, Fenway Park , and Citizens Bank Park showing up in the top 8 venues by volume.

According to John Wallace, General Manager of TicketOS, the following venues showed above average corporate-owned ticket volumes and utilization rates:

Venues With The Largest Corporate Season Ticket Volume

1

Yankee Stadium (New York)

2

Madison Square Garden   (New York)

3

Verizon Center (Washington, DC)

4

Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles)

5

FedEx Field (Washington DC)

6

Fenway Park (Boston)

7

American Airlines Center (Dallas)

8

Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia)

9

Giants Stadium (New Jersey)

10

Phillips Arena (Atlanta)

 

Venues With the Highest Corporate Season Ticket Utilization

1

Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City)

2

FedEx Field (Washington DC)

3

Cowboys Stadium (Dallas)

4

Giants Stadium (New Jersey)

5

Gillette Stadium (Massachusetts)

6

Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles)

7

Fenway Park (Boston)

8

Kansas Speedway (Kansas City)

9

Angel Stadium (Anaheim)

10

Yankee Stadium (New York)

 

Source: TicketOS


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Tampa Bay Rays Release 2010 Spring Training Schedule, Ticket Prices PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 16 October 2009 14:26

RaysThe Tampa Bay Rays today announced their 2010 Spring Training schedule as well as ticket pricing for 15 home games at Charlotte Sports Park. In their second spring in Charlotte County, Fla., the Rays will open the home schedule on Thursday, March 4 against the Baltimore Orioles.

The Rays Grapefruit League home schedule includes three games against the Boston Red Sox (March 6, March 16 and March 30) and one each against the Philadelphia Phillies (March 12) and New York Yankees (March 19).

In addition, the Rays will host the New York Mets at Tropicana Field on Friday, April 2. Ticket information for that game will be released at a later date. The Rays will also visit their International League affiliate and Triple-A Champion Durham Bulls on Saturday, April 3 before opening the regular season at home on Tuesday, April 6 against the Orioles. It will be the Rays first visit to Durham since 2002.

Individual ticket prices for games at Charlotte Sports Park will range from $8 to $25. Season ticket holders will continue to receive significant savings compared to single game prices. They will also have the ability to purchase discounted parking. Season ticket holders can save 40% by purchasing a season parking pass for $90 (only $6 per game). Parking will cost $10 on the day of the game.

Spring Training season tickets at Charlotte Sports Park are still available. Fans interested in placing a $50 deposit for Spring Training season tickets can do so by visiting www.raysbaseball.com/charlottecounty or by calling 888-FAN-RAYS. All individuals who have placed a deposit will be contacted by early December to select their seats.

Single game tickets will go on sale in January.

The Rays will hold their first spring training workout with pitchers and catchers at Charlotte Sports Park on February 19.

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MLB League Division Series Sees 12% Increase in Attendance from 2008 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 13 October 2009 01:04
2009 LDS Attendance Stats
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With the Phillies coming from behind in the 9th, and winning Game 4 of the NLDS against the Rockies 5-4, the 2009 League Division Series comes to a close and baseball fans will look toward the League Championship Series which begins on Thursday with the Phillies playing the Dodgers in Los Angeles.

The LDS saw total attendance of 631,346 over 13 games for an average of 48,346, an increase of 12 percent over the 2008 LDS average of 42,626. The 2008 Division Series saw 15 games draw a total of 639,394 in attendance.

Showing that clubs will squeeze in as many fans as possible for postseason games, based on regular season seating capacity, the eight ballparks where games were played saw them filled to an average of 105 percent of capacity.

Other 2009 LDS info:

  • The 2009 League Division Series started exactly one week later than the 2008 LDS due to the World Baseball Classic moving the beginning of the regular season up.
  • The Angels/Red Sox ALDS was completed between the time it took to get Games 2 and 3 in for the Rockies and Phillies due to the Game 3 NLDS snowout in Denver on Saturday the 10th
  • 2009 saw three Division Series ending in teams being swept (Red Sox, Cardinals, Twins). The last time that happened was 2007 (Angels, Cubs, Phillies)
  • The average time for all 14 games of the 2009 LDS was 3:31
  • Only one game was under 3 hours long. The NLDS Rockies v Phillies Game 1 was 2:48
  • There were two games over 4 hours. Game 2 of the ALCS between the Twins and Yankees went 4:22 while Game 3 of the NLDS between the Phillies and Rockies went 4:06.
  • The game-time temperature of Game 3 of the NLDS between the Phillies and Rockies at Coors Field (a 7:07p.m. MT start) was 35 degrees, tying the record set when Cleveland hosted Florida in Game 4 of the 1997 World Series.
  • Game 3 of the ALCS in which the Yankees swept the Twins 4-1 was the final MLB game at the Metrodome before the Twins begin play at Target Field next season.
  • The ALCS Game 3 at the Metrodome also saw the highest percentage of capacity for all games played during the LDS (117.4%)
  • The highest attended game of the LDS was Game 1 of the NLDS between the Cardinals and Dodgers at Dodger Stadium. The crowd of 56,000 was a sellout.
  • The LDS may well be remembered not for the play on the field but blown calls. Umpires were at the center of controversy in three games (Game 1 of the ALDS between the Red Sox and Angels, Game 2 of the ALDS between the Yankees and Twins, and Game 3 of the NLDS between the Phillies and Rockies)

Select the image provided to see complete vital stats for each game of the 2009 League Division Series including weather, wind, umpires, start time, attendance by day, and other notes.


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