Dodgers Draw 5000 More in Lowest Attended Game Than A’s Entire Series: Below the Box Score, Week of 6/6

The story this week is the Dodgers, who have drawn impressive numbers in a city known for it’s fan fickleness. In fact, as the headline mentions, the Dodgers drew a minimum of 46,366 this week. Meanwhile, up I-5, the Oakland A’s drew 41,361 fans… in three games. In fact, the Cardinals also outdrew the A’s …

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NL Catching Up On Ejections, Cleveland Starts Watching Baseball: Below the Box Score, Week of 5/30

  The National League has decided they want to compete in ejections, going 7-1 this week relative to their American League counterparts. The highlight probably being Noah Syndergaard’s ejection after throwing behind Chase Utley, continuing a string of bad blood between the Mets and the Dodgers stemming from Utley’s slide in last year’s NLDS Game …

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Below the Box Score: The Ejections Keep on Coming!

The ejections continue at nearly an exponential pace with SEVENTEEN ejections this week, seven of which were the result of the now-famous Odor Punch™ & ensuing brawl that took place on Sunday.  The American League continues to absolutely dominate the National League, with 29 ejections on the season to the Senior Circuit’s 18. In completely …

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Below the Box Score – A Weekly Look at the Lesser Watched Statistics in Baseball

  Editor note: Below the Box Score is a new weekly recurring segment that will discuss the lesser analyzed portions of the box score: namely attendance, time of game, weather, and ejections.  We hope you enjoy. Opening Day is always an exciting one, with fans ready for Summer, but often times, the hype of Opening Day …

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