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Major League Baseball attendance records

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Attendance for all teams 1890–2008 (updated)
Attendance for all teams 1890–2008 (updated)

Most attended pre-season game in history

115,301 is the all-time record. It was a preseason game between the defending champions Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday March 29, 2008 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.[1]

Least attended game in history

Prior to 2020, the least-attended game in MLB history was when zero spectators attended a game between the Baltimore Orioles and the Chicago White Sox on April 29, 2015, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards; the game was played behind closed doors due to safety concerns surrounding the 2015 Baltimore protests.[2]

The record was previously held by a September 28, 1882, game between the Troy Trojans and the Worcesters in Worcester, Massachusetts, which some reports had only six spectators attend.

As both clubs had been notified that they were being dropped from the National League, fans had very little interest in watching the lame-duck teams,[3] especially on a day which the Boston Globe of September 29 (p.2) described as "bleak, cold and windy."

Highest season home totals, by team

Team name Season Home attendance Per game average Ballpark
Arizona Diamondbacks[4] 1998 3,610,290 44,571 Bank One Ballpark
Atlanta Braves[5] 1993 3,884,720 47,960 Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium
Baltimore Orioles[6] 1997 3,711,132 45,816 Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Boston Red Sox[7] 2009 3,062,699 37,811 Fenway Park
Chicago Cubs[8] 2008 3,300,200 40,743 Wrigley Field
Chicago White Sox[9] 2006 2,957,414 36,511 U.S. Cellular Field
Cincinnati Reds[10] 1976 2,629,708 32,466 Riverfront Stadium
Cleveland Indians[11] 1999 3,468,456 42,820 Jacobs Field
Colorado Rockies[12] 1993 4,483,350 55,350 Mile High Stadium
Detroit Tigers[13] 2008 3,202,645 39,539 Comerica Park
Florida Marlins[14] 1993 3,064,847 37,838 Joe Robbie Stadium
Houston Astros[15] 2004 3,087,872 38,122 Minute Maid Park
Kansas City Royals[16] 2015 2,708,549 33,439 Kauffman Stadium
Los Angeles Angels[17] 2006 3,406,790 42,059 Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 2019 3,974,309 49,066 Dodger Stadium
Milwaukee Brewers[19] 2011 3,071,373 37,918 Miller Park
Minnesota Twins[20] 2010 3,223,640 39,798 Target Field
New York Mets[21] 2008 4,042,045 49,902 Shea Stadium
New York Yankees[22] 2008 4,298,655 53,070 Yankee Stadium
Oakland Athletics[23] 1990 2,900,217 35,805 Oakland Coliseum
Philadelphia Phillies[24][25][26][27][28] 2011 3,680,718 45,440 Citizens Bank Park
Pittsburgh Pirates[29] 2015 2,498,596 30,847 PNC Park
Seattle Mariners[30] 2002 3,542,938 43,740 Safeco Field
St. Louis Cardinals[31] 2007 3,552,180 43,854 Busch Stadium
San Diego Padres[32] 2004 3,016,752 37,244 Petco Park
San Francisco Giants[33] 2011 3,387,303 41,819 AT&T Park
Tampa Bay Rays[34] 1998 2,506,293 30,942 Tropicana Field
Texas Rangers[35] 2012 3,460,280 42,720 The Ballpark in Arlington
Toronto Blue Jays[36] 1993 4,057,947 50,098 SkyDome
Washington Nationals[37] 2005 2,731,993 33,728 R.F.K. Stadium

The highest per game attendance average is held by the Colorado Rockies in 1994 with 57,570 for 57 home games at Mile High Stadium during the strike shortened season.

4 million or more home attendance totals

Toronto Blue Jays became the first team in baseball history to draw 4 million mark in attendance in 1991 season.[38]

Team name Season Home attendance Per game Ballpark
Colorado Rockies[12] 1993 4,483,350 55,350 Mile High Stadium
New York Yankees[22] 2008 4,298,655 53,070 Yankee Stadium
New York Yankees[22] 2007 4,271,867 52,739 Yankee Stadium
New York Yankees[22] 2006 4,248,067 52,445 Yankee Stadium
New York Yankees[22] 2005 4,090,696 50,502 Yankee Stadium
Toronto Blue Jays[36] 1993 4,057,947 50,098 SkyDome
New York Mets[21] 2008 4,042,045 49,902 Shea Stadium
Toronto Blue Jays[36] 1992 4,028,318 49,732 SkyDome
Toronto Blue Jays[36] 1991 4,001,527 49,402 SkyDome

Progression of the home field attendance record

Season Team Home attendance Per game Ballpark
1993 Colorado Rockies[39] 4,483,350 55,350 Mile High Stadium
1992 Toronto Blue Jays[38] 4,028,318 49,732 SkyDome
1991 Toronto Blue Jays[38] 4,001,527 49,402 SkyDome
1990 Toronto Blue Jays[38] 3,885,284 47,966 SkyDome
1982 Los Angeles Dodgers[38] 3,608,881 44,554 Dodger Stadium
1978 Los Angeles Dodgers[40] 3,347,845 41,331 Dodger Stadium
1977 Los Angeles Dodgers 2,955,087 36,483 Dodger Stadium
1962 Los Angeles Dodgers[41] 2,755,184 33,195 Dodger Stadium
1948 Cleveland Indians[41] 2,620,627 33,172 Cleveland Stadium
1946 New York Yankees[42] 2,265,512 29,422 Yankee Stadium
1929 Chicago Cubs[43] 1,485,166 19,041 Wrigley Field
1920 New York Yankees[42] 1,289,422 16,746 Polo Grounds IV
1908 New York Giants[44] 910,000 11,375 Polo Grounds III
1905 Chicago White Sox 687,419 8,383 South Side Park II
1904 Boston Americans 623,295 7,695 Huntington Avenue Grounds
1903 New York Giants[44] 579,530 8,279 Polo Grounds III
1895 Philadelphia Phillies[45] 474,971 7,142 Baker Bowl
1894 New York Giants[44] 387,000 5,650 Polo Grounds III
1888 New York Giants[44] 305,455 4,663 Polo Grounds II
1887 New York Giants[44] 270,945 4,406 Polo Grounds II
1883 St. Louis Browns (AA)[46] 243,000 4,959 South End Grounds


Highest and Lowest Attendance By Season

Season Team With Highest Attendance High Attendance Team With Lowest Attendance Low Attendance
2020 30 Teams tied 0 30 Teams tied 0
2019 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,974,309 Miami Marlins[14] 811,302
2018 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,857,500 Miami Marlins[14] 811,104
2017 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,765,856 Tampa Bay Rays[34] 1,253,619
2016 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,703,312 Tampa Bay Rays[34] 1,286,163
2015 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,764,815 Tampa Bay Rays[34] 1,287,054
2014 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,782,337 Cleveland Indians[11] 1,437,393
2013 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,743,527 Tampa Bay Rays[34] 1,510,300
2012 Philadelphia Phillies[23] 3,565,718 Tampa Bay Rays[34] 1,559,681
2011 Philadelphia Phillies[23] 3,680,718 Oakland Athletics[23] 1,476,791
2010 Philadelphia Phillies[23] 3,777,322 Cleveland Indians[11] 1,391,644
2009 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,761,655 Oakland Athletics[23] 1,408,783
2008 New York Yankees[22] 4,298,655 Florida Marlins[14] 1,335,076
2007 New York Yankees[22] 4,271,083 Florida Marlins[14] 1,370,511
2006 New York Yankees[22] 4,248,067 Florida Marlins[14] 1,164,134
2005 New York Yankees[22] 4,090,696 Tampa Bay Devil Rays[34] 1,141,669
2004 New York Yankees[22] 3,775,292 Montreal Expos[37] 749,550
2003 New York Yankees[22] 3,465,600 Montreal Expos[37] 1,025,639
2002 Seattle Mariners[30] 3,542,938 Montreal Expos[37] 812,045
2001 Seattle Mariners[30] 3,507,326 Montreal Expos[37] 642,745
2000 Cleveland Indians[11] 3,456,278 Montreal Expos[37] 926,272
1999 Colorado Rockies[12] 3,481,065 Montreal Expos[37] 773,277
1998 Colorado Rockies[12] 3,792,683 Montreal Expos[37] 914,909
1997 Colorado Rockies[12] 3,888,453 Oakland Athletics[23] 1,264,218
1996 Colorado Rockies[12] 3,891,014 Oakland Athletics[23] 1,148,380
1995 Colorado Rockies[12] 3,390,037 Pittsburgh Pirates[29] 905,517
1994 Colorado Rockies[12] 3,281,511 San Diego Padres[32] 953,857
1993 Colorado Rockies[12] 4,483,350 San Diego Padres 1,375,432
1992 Toronto Blue Jays[36] 4,028,318 Houston Astros[15] 1,211,412
1991 Toronto Blue Jays[36] 4,001,527 Montreal Expos[37] 934,742
1990 Toronto Blue Jays[36] 3,885,284 Atlanta Braves[5] 980,129
1989 Toronto Blue Jays[36] 3,375,883 Atlanta Braves[5] 984,930
1988 New York Mets[21] 3,055,445 Atlanta Braves[5] 848,089
1987 St. Louis Cardinals[31] 3,072,122 Cleveland Indians[11] 1,077,898
1986 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,023,208 Pittsburgh Pirates[29] 1,000,917
1985 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,264,593 Cleveland Indians[11] 655,181
1984 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,134,824 Cleveland Indians[11] 734,079
1983 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,510,313 Cleveland Indians[11] 768,941
1982 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,608,881 Minnesota Twins[47] 921,186
1981 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 2,381,292 Minnesota Twins[47] 469,090
1980 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,249,287 Minnesota Twins[47] 769,206
1979 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 2,860,954 Oakland Athletics[23] 306,763
1978 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 3,347,845 Oakland Athletics[23] 526,999
1977 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 2,955,087 Oakland Athletics[23] 495,599
1976 Cincinnati Reds[10] 2,629,708 San Francisco Giants[33] 626,868
1975 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 2,539,349 San Francisco Giants[33] 522,919
1974 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 2,632,474 San Francisco Giants[33] 519,987
1973 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 2,136,192 San Diego Padres[32] 611,826
1972 New York Mets[21] 2,134,185 Milwaukee Brewers[19] 600,440
1971 New York Mets[21] 2,266,680 San Diego Padres[32] 557,513
1970 New York Mets[21] 2,697,479 Chicago White Sox[9] 495,355
1969 New York Mets[21] 2,175,373 San Diego Padres[32] 512,970
1968 Detroit Tigers[13] 2,031,847 Washington Senators[35] 546,661
1967 St. Louis Cardinals[31] 2,090,145 Cleveland Indians[11] 662,980
1966 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 2,617,029 Washington Senators[35] 576,260
1965 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 2,553,577 Kansas City Athletics[23] 528,344
1964 Los Angeles Dodgers[23] 2,228,751 Washington Senators[35] 600,106
1963 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 2,538,602 Washington Senators[35] 535,604
1962 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 2,755,184 Chicago Cubs[8] 609,802
1961 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 1,804,250 Philadelphia Phillies[23] 590,039
1960 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 2,253,887 Cincinnati Reds[10] 663,486
1959 Los Angeles Dodgers[18] 2,071,045 Washington Senators[47] 615,372
1958 Milwaukee Braves[5] 1,971,101 Washington Senators[47] 475,288
1957 Milwaukee Braves[5] 2,215,404 Washington Senators[47] 457,079
1956 Milwaukee Braves[5] 2,046,331 Washington Senators[47] 431,647
1955 Milwaukee Braves[5] 2,005,836 Washington Senators[47] 425,238
1954 Milwaukee Braves[5] 2,131,388 Philadelphia Athletics[23] 304,666
1953 Milwaukee Braves[5] 1,826,397 St. Louis Browns[6] 297,238
1952 New York Yankees[22] 1,629,665 Boston Braves[5] 281,278
1951 New York Yankees[5] 1,950,107 St. Louis Browns[6] 293,790
1950 New York Yankees[22] 2,081,380 St. Louis Browns[6] 247,131
1949 New York Yankees[22] 2,283,676 St. Louis Browns[6] 270,936
1948 Cleveland Indians[11] 2,620,627 St. Louis Browns[6] 335,564
1947 New York Yankees[22] 2,178,937 St. Louis Browns[6] 320,474
1946 New York Yankees[22] 2,265,512 St. Louis Browns[6] 526,435
1945 Detroit Tigers[13] 1,280,341 Philadelphia Phillies[23] 285,057
1944 Detroit Tigers[13] 923,176 Boston Braves[5] 208,691
1943 Brooklyn Dodgers[18] 661,739 St. Louis Browns[6] 214,392
1942 Brooklyn Dodgers[18] 1,037,765 Philadelphia Phillies[23] 230,183
1941 Brooklyn Dodgers[18] 1,214,910 St. Louis Browns[6] 176,240
1940 Detroit Tigers[13] 1,112,693 Philadelphia Phillies[23] 207,177
1939 Cincinnati Reds[10] 981,443 St. Louis Browns[6] 109,159
1938 New York Yankees[22] 970,916 St. Louis Browns[6] 130,417
1937 Detroit Tigers[13] 1,072,276 St. Louis Browns[6] 123,121
1936 New York Yankees[22] 976,913 St. Louis Browns[6] 93,267
1935 Detroit Tigers[13] 1,034,929 St. Louis Browns[6] 80,922
1934 Detroit Tigers[13] 919,161 St. Louis Browns[6] 115,305
1933 New York Yankees[22] 728,014 St. Louis Browns[6] 88,113
1932 Chicago Cubs[8] 974,688 St. Louis Browns[6] 112,558
1931 Chicago Cubs[8] 1,086,422 St. Louis Browns[6] 179,126
1930 Chicago Cubs[8] 1,463,624 St. Louis Browns[6] 152,088
1929 Chicago Cubs[8] 1,485,166 St. Louis Browns[6] 280,697
1928 Chicago Cubs[8] 1,143,740 Philadelphia Phillies[23] 182,168
1927 New York Yankees[22] 1,164,015 St. Louis Browns[6] 247,879
1926 New York Yankees[22] 1,027,675 Philadelphia Phillies[23] 240,600
1925 Philadelphia Athletics[23] 869,703 Boston Red Sox[7] 267,782
1924 New York Yankees[22] 1,053,533 Boston Braves[5] 177,478
1923 New York Yankees[22] 1,007,066 Boston Braves[5] 227,802
1922 New York Yankees[22] 1,026,134 Boston Braves[5] 167,965
1921 New York Yankees[22] 1,230,696 Philadelphia Phillies[23] 273,961

Largest crowds at a World Series game

Attendance Opponents Game number Date Stadium
92,706 Chicago White Sox at Los Angeles Dodgers Game 5 October 6, 1959 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
92,650 Chicago White Sox at Los Angeles Dodgers Game 4 October 5, 1959 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
92,394 Chicago White Sox at Los Angeles Dodgers Game 3 October 4, 1959 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
86,288 Boston Braves at Cleveland Indians Game 5 October 10, 1948 Cleveland Stadium
81,897 Boston Braves at Cleveland Indians Game 4 October 9, 1948 Cleveland Stadium
78,102 New York Giants at Cleveland Indians Game 4 October 2, 1954 Cleveland Stadium
74,065 Brooklyn Dodgers at New York Yankees Game 6 October 5, 1947 Yankee Stadium
73,977 Brooklyn Dodgers at New York Yankees Game 3 October 6, 1956 Yankee Stadium
73,365 Brooklyn Dodgers at New York Yankees Game 1 September 30, 1947 Yankee Stadium
71,787 Brooklyn Dodgers at New York Yankees Game 4 October 4, 1952 Yankee Stadium
67,498 Cleveland Indians at Florida Marlins Game 6 October 25, 1997 Pro Player Stadium

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