From time to time we are going to take a look at the 2010 attendance and see how this season stacks up against last year and whether the Rays can reach their goal of being average (in attendance).

Notes on the attendance follow the graph…

Notes on the 2010 attendance…

  • In 2009, the Rays averaged 23,148 per game and drew 1.87 million fans. That was the most since their inaugural season of 1998 when they drew 2.5 million.
  • While the Rays have not stated any attendance goals this season, last year it was league average. So far in 2010, MLB is averaging 28,705 fans per game. That is down 5.3% from last year’s average of 30,324.
  • This year the Rays are averaging 22,203, 22nd in baseball, and are on pace for 1.80 million.
  • After 32 home games last year, the Rays were averaging 22,701. So far this year. the Rays attendance is down 2.2% from the same point last last year.
 
 

3 Comments

  1. Don says:

    Rays leading baseball again in growth…only down 400 seats (2%) a game…when other teams must be down thousands of seats per game (5.3% of 50-60,000)!
    Way to go Rays!

  2. Joe says:

    This all and all is negligible, and that is a good thing, I agree

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