The Atlanta Braves are bucking a troubling trend filtering through Major League Baseball, which is seeing its lowest average attendance in 15 years.
Fortune reports that paying customers for MLB games have dipped 6.6 percent from this time last year and 8.6 percent overall. It’s on pace for the first seasons since 2003 to average attendance below 30,000.
The rain and unusually cold weather that have caused nearly 36 postponements, along with competitive balance issues, an increased number of strikeouts…
Atlanta Business Journal
Braves bucking poor MLB attendance trend