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Wednesday, April 06, 2005

Dodgers Announce Highest Cumulative Attendance

The 115-year-old Dodger franchise has the best cumulative attendance of any major league club, according to dodgers.com. The Guinness folks, who have annually published their Guinness World Records book for fifty years, will recognize the Dodgers in the category "Highest Cumulative Attendance for a Baseball Franchise". The club also won the highest attendance at a single series in 1959. Then playing at the Coliseum, they drew 420,784 for the six-game World Series.

Interestingly enough, even though the Dodgers have gone to rather great lengths to dissociate the Angels from Los Angeles, they are pleased to lump them in when calculating regional attendance. And, according to Baseball Reference, the Dodgers and Angels combined attendance is more like 247 million. But we get the point. Yeah, we keep coming back. And you're welcome.


Comments:
~*~*~ "May the Lord give you increase more and more, You and your children.
May you be blessed by the Lord, Who made heaven and earth." ~*~*~
Psalm 115:14-15
 
Okey-doke. Thanks for the well wishes and all, but biblical stuff leaves me cold. Future religious stuff may be deleted. So you know.
 

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