The Los Angeles Dodgers have turned themselves into a baseball dynasty over the past several seasons.
With key players such as Mookie Betts, Justin Turner, and Freddie Freeman being added to their roster, one that already included names such as Clayton Kershaw, Walker Buehler, Cody Bellinger, and others, the Dodgers have been a fun team for fans to watch.
This year, they have 110 wins, which is a franchise record.
That makes it easy for fans to want to come down to the ballpark and see them play.
This year, they will finish having drawn the most fans of any team in Major League Baseball, with the St. Louis Cardinals not too far behind.
Updated MLB attendance (via ESPN)
1. Los Angeles Dodgers- 3,675,958
2. St. Louis Cardinals- 3,273,871
3. New York Yankees- 3,091,875
4. Atlanta Braves- 3,087,218
5. San Diego Padres- 2,853,428
St. Louis, you are incredible.
— Ryan (@The_Ryan_Shull) October 2, 2022
Dodgers, Cards Rank Top Two In Attendance
The Dodgers are simply a powerhouse.
They win games and bring in marquee players, making it easy to want to go and watch them play.
These are two teams who have front offices that do everything in their power to put a winning product on the field and draw fans to the stands.
The Dodgers are at the top of the attendance list, as seen above, but St. Louis is not far behind.
When you consistently put a good team out on the field, it makes it easy for fans to want to go to ballgames.
Fans have certainly been filing into Dodger Stadium and Busch Stadium all season long, and with good reason.
Winning draws more fans into the stadium, and the Dodgers and Cardinals have been great about putting together teams that are capable of making deep runs into October.