Tampa Bay Baseball Attendance Report – June 27, 2016

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Tampa Bay baseball attendance for Monday, June 27, 2016:

Total Attendance: 20,831

Tampa Bay Rays:

  • Team Home Game #: 36
  • Attendance: 18,024
  • Starting Pitcher: Blake Snell
  • Opponent: Boston Red Sox
  • Opponent Starting Pitcher: Eduardo Rodriguez
  • Avg Attendance to Date: 17,018
  • Avg Attendance vs Opponent: 18,024
  • Avg Attendance per Day of the Week: 15,378
  • Avg Attendance for Starting Pitcher: 2,660
  • Promotions (if any): Military Monday
  • Other events: WWE RAW @ Amalie Arena

Tampa Yankees:

  • Team Home Game #: 37 / 38
  • Attendance: 739
  • Starting Pitcher: Josh Rogers / Domingo Acevedo
  • Opponent: Brevard County Manatees
  • Opponent Starting Pitcher: Eric Manhold / Kodi Medeiros
  • Avg Attendance to Date: 1,377
  • Avg Attendance vs Opponent: 1,152
  • Avg Attendance per Day of the Week: 776
  • Avg Attendance for Starting Pitcher: 1,038 / 776
  • Promotions (if any): 1/2 Price Monday

Clearwater Threshers:

  • Team Home Game #: 39
  • Attendance: 1,393
  • Starting Pitcher: Shane Watson
  • Opponent: Daytona Tortugas
  • Opponent Starting Pitcher: Seth Varner
  • Avg Attendance to Date: 2,689
  • Avg Attendance vs Opponent: 1,953
  • Avg Attendance per Day of the Week: 1,592
  • Avg Attendance for Starting Pitcher: 2,714
  • Promotions (if any): Feeding Frenzy Monday

Bradenton Marauders:

  • Team Home Game #: 37
  • Attendance: 675
  • Starting Pitcher: Buddy Borden
  • Opponent: Fort Myers Miracle
  • Opponent Starting Pitcher: Randy LeBlanc
  • Avg Attendance to Date: 1,450
  • Avg Attendance vs Opponent: 1,610
  • Avg Attendance per Day of the Week: 603
  • Avg Attendance for Starting Pitcher: 675
  • Promotions (if any): None

No other local games scheduled.

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5 comments for “Tampa Bay Baseball Attendance Report – June 27, 2016

  1. Brad Bell
    June 28, 2016 at 12:14 pm

    Just curious…..
    Are the counts reflected in your reports, paid attendance or turnstile clicks?

    Thank you.

    • Michael Lortz
      June 29, 2016 at 2:43 am

      Paid. From the box scores. MLB does not release turnstile counts. The bottom line is that they dont care what you do with the ticket after you buy it.

      • Brad Bell
        June 29, 2016 at 3:49 pm

        Thank you. That is true that the MLB may not care, but it can distort the butts in seats. Corporate sponsorships would push the numbers up but not necessarily the actual attendance and conversely events like Military Mondays would understate actual attendance.

        • Brad Bell
          June 29, 2016 at 3:52 pm

          And by the way…..
          I love your site.
          Thank you for doing what you do. 🙂

          • Michael Lortz
            June 30, 2016 at 2:37 am

            Brad, thank you for the kind words. The site is a labor of love. But hearing feedback and good comments and conversations is what it’s all about. Thank you for reading!

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