Brewers end home season with 10th highest attendance in MLB
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Milwaukee Brewers held their final home game of the season Thursday afternoon. With the last two games at home the Brewers passed 2.5 million fans for the season. According to Brewers Senior Director of Media Relations, Mike Vassallo, this is the tenth time in the last 11 seasons that over 2.5 million fans have attended games.
The #Brewers have drawn 2,528,429 at Miller Park in 2017. Is the 10th time in the last 11 seasons that the team has drawn 2.5+ million fans.— Mike Vassallo (@MikeVassallo13) September 28, 2017
According to the MLB the capacity of Miller Park is 41,900 seats.
The official number of fans for the Brewers entire home season will end at 2,558,722 with an average of 31,589 fans per game for the 81 home games this season. The team had eleven sellout games.
The LA Dodgers led the league in attendance with 3,765,856 and the Tampa Bay Rays were the worst in the league with only 1,201,043 at the end of Thursday. The Brewers 2.5 million is enough for 10th place in season attendance behind the Boston Red Sox at 2,810,816.