"Declining since 2007, attendance is a sound representation of the still sluggish economy, since it is measured over a lengthy season and includes a broad national sample," wrote Beth Reed and Nicholas Colas of ConvergEx. "Last season, average game attendance across the league was 30,344, which was up 0.7% from the prior year, but still shy of the all-time high average of 32,770 set in 2007."
Baseball Game Attendance Mirrors Economy
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