The Los Angeles Dodgers are a big-market team, playing in a huge city and fielding a highly competitive team for years.
Yes, their only recent World Series championship was the one they won in 2020, but they have won the NL West division title in 10 of the last 11 seasons.
They have played in multiple Championship Series and Fall Classics in the last decade, and they are routinely among the league’s best teams.
Naturally, all these factors have combined to yield some impressive attendance numbers this season.
People know that if they go to the stadium, they will have a good time and the Dodgers will likely come out on top.
“Dodgers say their season attendance at Dodger Stadium this year was 3,837,079 – fifth-largest in franchise history,” insider Fabian Ardaya tweeted.
Dodgers say their season attendance at Dodger Stadium this year was 3,837,079 – fifth-largest in franchise history.
— Fabian Ardaya (@FabianArdaya) September 25, 2023
That’s an impressive total: almost four million people went to watch the Dodgers play.
The team has responded on the field, too: they are 96-59 and have won the NL West title yet again, with a comfortable difference.
There are several stars to watch, too: LA has Mookie Betts and Freddie Freeman competing for the NL MVP award, not to mention Clayton Kershaw, rookie James Outman, infielder Max Muncy, young catcher Will Smith, and more.
This year, the Dodgers are looking to win their second World Series title in the last four years.
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