There has been a lot of talk about the scoring being up this season so far.
Although November dipped a bit from October, the numbers are still up over the last 8 seasons.
Lots of theories into why this is the case but I don’t hear any complaints….except from maybe the goalies.
Here is the full year MLB attendance report. Some big gainers our of Cleveland and Atlanta.
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NBC and the NHL announced the TV schedule for the next season so naturally I did a comp vs. last year.
USA Hockey released their
annual membership report and naturally, I made it visual.
Below is the interim MLB Attendance Report through games played in May. League wide attendance is virtually flat, down .6% through similar time period as last year. As expected, Cleveland is riding last years World Series run right into 2017, while Atlanta opened a new facility.
Here is a team by team report to look at attendance performance over the years.
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