Baseball breaks attendance record with 75.5M fans
NEW YORK -- Major League Baseball broke its season attendance record Saturday and was on track to finish with the second-highest per-game average in the sport's history.
The 30 major league teams drew 75,470,941 through Saturday,
topping the 74,926,174 fans who attended games in 2005. The average
of 31,381 was on track to be the highest for a full season, topping
1993's 31,337. The only higher average was in the strike-shortened
1994 season, when baseball averaged 31,632 before players ...
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