MLB 2019 Ejections, Attendance & Weather – Week of 9/30: Season Finale

The regular season has ended, and with it this year’s BTBS. Thanks for tuning in this year, and expect a slightly different format going forward. Anyway, the Rays clinched a playoff spot this wek while also having the lowest attended game of the week. They were also joined by five other teams in being outdrawn …

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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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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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MLB 2019 Ejections, Attendance & Weather – Weeks of 7/29 and 8/5: Hot Temp(er)s

Editor note: Again I was unable to update last week so this week combines the past two. Forgive me. Ejections are the major story this week on the back of the major brawl between the Pirates and the Reds last week, which accounted for nine of the last two weeks’ 25 ejections that took place. …

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MLB 2019 Ejections, Attendance & Weather – Week of 6/24: Highest Midseason Attendance Week of the Year

Last week saw some of the highest attendance numbers of the year, accounting not only on the fact that Miami and Tampa Bay were on the road, but even Oakland had decent attendance. The low water mark was the A’s vs the O’s with a completely-not-made-up 12,345 in attendance. The good news in all this …

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MLB 2019 Ejections, Attendance & Weather – Week of 6/17: Most Ejections in a Week – EVER

The story of the week is ejections, SEVENTEEN, which is the most that we have seen in a week since 2015, when AMSTS began tracking ejections. Almost evenly split between the two leagues, meaning the gap between the AL and NL remains at only two ejections. On the attendance front, the Marlins were at home …

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MLB 2019 Ejections, Attendance & Weather – Week of 6/3: Sub 10,000 Across Florida

The Marlins, Rays, and Orioles all drew below 10,000 for at least one game last week, and the Marlins drew fewer fans in three games than 13 of the other 21 teams drew in their single lowest attended game of the week. As one would expect, there were plenty of MLB games outdrawn by minor …

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