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About 37 People Showed Up for Detroit Tigers-Minnesota Twins Afternoon Game

by: Black Adam Schefter On  Friday, September 23, 2016

Fifth in the American League Central and playing for absolutely nothing as the season winds down, the Minnesota Twins took the field on Thursday afternoon to a raucous crowd of about 37 people.

Okay, it wasn’t that bad…or was it??

Sporting an MLB-worst 55-96 record entering the day, not too many Twins fans were calling into work to watch a team play for nothing, and it showed in the stands.

 

The official paid attendance didn’t match the actual turnout whatsoever:

 

According to ESPN.com, Target Field draws an average attendance of 24,400 people per game, MLB’s ninth-lowest mark. Five years ago, the venue attracted the fourth-highest attendance (39,112) even though Minnesota lost 99 games.”

 



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