MLB 2019 Ejections, Attendance & Weather – Week of 9/23: Penultimate!

The season is drawing down and as teams are eliminated from playoff contention (Sorry Boston!), attendance slowly sinks away. As the Orioles complete a terrible 2019, it’s no surprise they ended up with the lowest attendance of the week, while also being outdrawn by the AAA playoffs: MLB teams outdrawn by AAA teams: Baltimore (4 games), …

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MLB 2019 Ejections, Attendance & Weather – Week of 9/16: Windy Pirates

The Pirates played in the two windiest games of the week, the first in Chicago and the second in San Francisco. Neat! Meanwhile, the Marlins hosted the Brewers, and no more than 8,000 showed up for any game in the series. In fact, The Rockies highest attended game had more than twice of the entire …

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MLB 2019 Ejections, Attendance & Weather – Week of 9/9: Playoff Teams With Sub-6k Crowds

If the season were to end today, the Tampa Bay Rays would host the AL Wild Card game, yet they managed to only draw 5,962 fans to a game last week. That was the lowest of any team in MLB in the past seven days, despite the playoff implications that every September game has in …

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MLB 2019 Ejections, Attendance & Weather – Week of 9/2: Roster Expansion, Attendance Contraction

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but the Marlins are having trouble getting anyone to show up at their billion dollar ballpark. All four games this week in Miami made the MLB’s lowest 12 attended games of the year. Of those 12, 10 belonged to the Marlins and the other two to the …

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MLB 2019 Ejections, Attendance & Weather – Weeks of 8/26: Playoff Elimination Time

The Orioles were eliminated from the playoffs last week, and it certainly showed as they managed to only draw 8,153 fans to a game last week. Perhaps more surprising is that the Rays, currently sitting in the middle of the playoff race, managed to draw only 7,455 to their lowest attended game of the week, …

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MLB 2019 Ejections, Attendance & Weather – Weeks of 8/19: Florida is Not a Baseball State

Maybe there has been too much hype for the Josh Rosen era in South Florida. Maybe Tampa was too amped to see former Buc Ryan Fitzpatrick back in town for a preseason game. Either way, MLB didn’t do well in the entire state of Florida last week. The Marlins didn’t draw more than 9,000 fans …

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2019 NCAA Football Travel: How Far Every FBS Team Will Go This Year

2019 Georgia Bulldogs NCAA Football Travel Schedule

Every fall, the college football season fires up and gives fans an opportunity to eschew responsibility in favor of sitting on the couch every Saturday for 15 weeks. What a time to be alive.  With 838 games on the docket for the regular season, plus conference championships and bowls, all of our couch time comes at the …

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MLB 2019 Ejections, Attendance & Weather – Weeks of 8/12: Cooler Heads and Cooler Temps

A bit of a ho-hum week in Major League Baseball after 25 ejections the previous two weeks, only four last week, with mild numbers across all other metris. The Marlins managed to get outdrawn by 52 minor league games over the past two weeks after only managing 8,057 fans to their game against Atlanta. Only …

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