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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Love it when the place is packed. Even if I'm in longer lines for beer and dogs.
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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Borkowski View Post
    Thursday's (6-20) sellout of 40,929 brings the Reds average attendance for the year to 30,750. Cincy jumps over Minnesota and Atlanta into 14th position on the average attendance list and they are breathing down the neck of Milwaukee for 13th place.

    I love it!
    The Reds average attendance per game continues to improve (now at 30,906) but they have dropped back to position 17. Some other teams are doing well also apparently.

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Was thinking about this today. That rainout yesterday is actually a pretty big hit in terms of chasing the GABP single season record for total attendance. I assume there were close to 40,000 tickets sold for the game on the 4th that will not count towards total attendance. Granted, nearly all of those tickets will be rain checked for other games, but it sucks losing out on a potential sellout on the 4th of July.

    In other news, rain sucks. It's 2013, shouldn't we have figured out how to control Mother Nature by now? I blame Obama and Tony LaRussa. The only logical explanation is they teamed up to get yesterday's game rained out.

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Borkowski View Post
    The Reds average attendance per game continues to improve (now at 30,906) but they have dropped back to position 17. Some other teams are doing well also apparently.
    True. Not much seperating teams #10 (Boston, 34k per game) and #18 Baltimore (29.2 k per game)

    I'm pretty happy for this year. We're about 3k/game behind Boston/#10.. pretty darn good

    Barring a collapse this year, we should have positive momentum going into next year which might bump us up another 1-3k per game next year.
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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by REDREAD View Post
    True. Not much seperating teams #10 (Boston, 34k per game) and #18 Baltimore (29.2 k per game)

    I'm pretty happy for this year. We're about 3k/game behind Boston/#10.. pretty darn good

    Barring a collapse this year, we should have positive momentum going into next year which might bump us up another 1-3k per game next year.
    All about the season ticket base. Look at the crowd in Miller Park last night, and it looked pretty pathetic...yet they had about 25,000 paid attendance. If the Reds could just build the base up a little higher, those stinker games on Mondays and Tuesdays will have a nice built-in number without relying on so many walk-ups.

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    With the Pirate series drawing really well, the Reds average attendance per game is up to 31,563 and that is good for 15th place in all of MLB. Toronto and Atlanta are just ahead of Cincy, well within range.

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    The Reds close out with weekday series vs rivals and weekend series vs St. Louis, LAD and Pit. I'm thinking they may have a shot at the all time record of attendance.

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    125 	125 	Monday, Aug 19-ARI 	7:10 pm 	  	
    126 	126 	Tuesday, Aug 20-ARI 	7:10 pm 	  	
    127 	127 	Wednesday, Aug 21-ARI 	7:10 pm 	  	
    128 	128 	Thursday, Aug 22-ARI 	12:35 pm 	  	
    129 	129 	Friday, Aug 23-MIL 	7:10 pm 	  	
    130 	130 	Saturday, Aug 24 -MIL 	7:10 pm 	  	
    131 	131 	Sunday, Aug 25 -MIL 	1:10 pm 	  	
    132 	132 	Monday, Aug 26-@ 	STL 	7:05 pm 	  	
    133 	133 	Tuesday, Aug 27-@ 	STL 	8:15 pm 	  	
    134 	134 	Wednesday, Aug 28-@ 	STL 	8:15 pm 	  	
    135 	135 	Friday, Aug 30-@ 	COL 	8:40 pm 	  	
    136 	136 	Saturday, Aug 31-@ 	COL 	8:10 pm 	  	
    137 	137 	Sunday, Sep 1-@ 	COL 	4:10 pm 	  	
    138 	138 	Monday, Sep 2-STL 	1:10 pm 	  	
    139 	139 	Tuesday, Sep 3- 	STL 	7:10 pm 	  	
    140 	140 	Wednesday, Sep 4-STL 	7:10 pm 	  	
    141 	141 	Thursday, Sep 5 -STL 	7:10 pm 	  	
    142 	142 	Friday, Sep 6-LAD 	7:10 pm 	  	
    143 	143 	Saturday, Sep 7 -LAD 	1:05 pm 	  	
    144 	144 	Sunday, Sep 8-LAD 	1:10 pm 	  	
    145 	145 	Monday, Sep 9-CHC 	7:10 pm 	  	
    146 	146 	Tuesday, Sep 10 -CHC 	7:10 pm 	  	
    147 	147 	Wednesday, Sep 11 -CHC 	12:35 pm 	  	
    148 	148 	Friday, Sep 13-@ 	MIL 	8:10 pm 	  	
    149 	149 	Saturday, Sep 14 -@ 	MIL 	1:05 pm 	  	
    Rk 	Gm# 	Date 		Tm 	  	Opp 			D/N
    150 	150 	Sunday, Sep 15-@ 	MIL 	2:10 pm 	  	
    151 	151 	Monday, Sep 16-@ 	HOU 	8:10 pm 	  	
    152 	152 	Tuesday, Sep 17-@ 	HOU 	8:10 pm 	  	
    153 	153 	Wednesday, Sep 18-@ 	HOU 	8:10 pm 	  	
    154 	154 	Friday, Sep 20-@ 	PIT 	7:05 pm 	  	
    155 	155 	Saturday, Sep 21 -@ 	PIT 	7:05 pm 	  	
    156 	156 	Sunday, Sep 22-@ 	PIT 	1:35 pm 	  	
    157 	157 	Monday, Sep 23-NYM 	7:10 pm 	  	
    158 	158 	Tuesday, Sep 24-NYM 	7:10 pm 	  	
    159 	159 	Wednesday, Sep 25-NYM 	12:35 pm 	  	
    160 	160 	Friday, Sep 27-PIT 	7:10 pm 	  	
    161 	161 	Saturday, Sep 28-PIT 	4:10 pm 	  	
    162 	162 	Sunday, Sep 29-PIT 	1:10 pm
    Last edited by mdccclxix; 08-12-2013 at 11:25 AM.

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    BTW, looks like we're at 32,365 average now, up 802 from last reporting in 13th place (two spots up).
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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    The rainout vs. SF on July 4th won't help. The four weekday games vs. AZ ans then STL and the last three vs. the Pirates are the key. Been really encouraging to see the summer weekday crowds really coming around, but school is back in session so that's when the season ticket base has to carry the load. I couldn't figure out why there was only 30 and change on Friday night last weekend.

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    even a little over 30+ is a big improvement over other years. I went to a Friday fireworks game in '09 that was 14k paid attendance.

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by oregonred View Post
    The rainout vs. SF on July 4th won't help. The four weekday games vs. AZ ans then STL and the last three vs. the Pirates are the key. Been really encouraging to see the summer weekday crowds really coming around, but school is back in session so that's when the season ticket base has to carry the load. I couldn't figure out why there was only 30 and change on Friday night last weekend.
    Even though the makeup game was officially a "home game" I take it the attendance that day in SF won't count?
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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by Chip R View Post
    Even though the makeup game was officially a "home game" I take it the attendance that day in SF won't count?
    Quote Originally Posted by redsmetz View Post
    BTW, looks like we're at 32,365 average now, up 802 from last reporting in 13th place (two spots up).
    Doing the math, it looks like redsmetz used the San Fran 'home' in his calculations. I can see how that can be counted as our attendance since we did get financial compensation for the game, but ESPN lists the attendance for that game in as '42,310' which is higher than any attendance the Reds have this year except for Opening Day.

    Taking out the San Fran 'home' game, I figure we are sitting at and average attendance of 32,191 and a season total attendance of 1,834,913. We have 23 remaining home games.

    So:
    32,191 * 23 = 740,393 + 1,834,913 = 2,575,306 for an estimated final season total.

    This would put us well above the GABP record of 2,355,259 in 2003 according to baseball-almanac.com. We also would beat the record of average attendance a game too with the record sitting at 29,077 in 2003 too. Looking at Reds history the highest total attendance, according to baseball-almanac.com, is 2,629,708 in 1976, but I am not sure if that includes playoff games or not. The higest aveage attendance is in 1994 at 33,003, but that year ended in a strike.
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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    The August and September school-is-open blahs have been in effect for a while so Reds attendance has been declining.

    Thru last night (Friday) their average per game is 31,368 compared to 29,283 last season at this time, a difference of 2,085. Not a bad increase.

    The Reds rank 17th in MLB with that average-per-game and trail Atlanta, Minnesota and Milwaukee only slightly.

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    Re: 2013 Reds Home Attendance Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Borkowski View Post
    The August and September school-is-open blahs have been in effect for a while so Reds attendance has been declining.

    Thru last night (Friday) their average per game is 31,368 compared to 29,283 last season at this time, a difference of 2,085. Not a bad increase.

    The Reds rank 17th in MLB with that average-per-game and trail Atlanta, Minnesota and Milwaukee only slightly.
    As good as this team has been for a few yrs now, it's a shame we're only average in attendance


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