- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Drops

More than 500,000=

-Toronto 878,605 to 2.33 million, lowest since 2012

-Miami 840,893 to 811,104, team record low

-Kansas City 565,263 to 1.67 million, lowest since 2010



250,000 to 500,000

-Baltimore 490,252 to 1.54 million (in 78 dates), lowest in a non-shortened season since 1978 at Memorial Stadium

-Detroit 464,629 to 1.86 million, lowest since the 119-loss team of 2003

-Pittsburgh 454,131 to 1.47 million, lowest since 1996 at Three Rivers Stadium

-Texas 400,653 to 2.11 million, lowest since 2008

100,000 to 250,000

-New York Mets 235,627 to 2.22 million, lowest since 2014

-Cincinnati by 207,651 to 1.63 million, lowest since 1984 at Riverfront Stadium.

-San Francisco 147,467 to 3.16 million, lowest since 2010

-Cleveland by 121,437 to 1.93 million, lowest since 2016

Under 100,000

-Tampa Bay by 98,646 to 1.15 million, lowest since 2005

-Minnesota by 92,082 to 1.96 million (including two home games in San Juan, Puerto Rico), lowest since 2004 at the Metrodome

-St. Louis by 44,350 to 3.40 million, lowest since 2013

-Boston by 22,103 to 2.90 million, lowest since 2015

-Chicago White Sox by 20,653 to 1.61 million, lowest since 1999 at Old Comiskey Park

-Chicago Cubs by 18,473 to 3.18 million, lowest since 2015

Increases

More than 250,000

-Houston by 576,878 to 2.98 million after winning its first World Series title, its highest since 2007

-New York Yankees by 335,889 to an AL-leading 3.48 million, highest since 2012

-Milwaukee by 292,153 to 2.85 million, highest since 2011

-Philadelphia by 252,770 to 2.16 million, highest since 2014

100,000 to 250,000

-Seattle by 164,044 to 2.30 million, highest since 2008

-Arizona by 108,320 to 2.24 million, highest since 2008

Under 100,000

-Los Angeles Dodgers by 91,644 (with an 82nd date) to a major league-leading and club-record 3.86 million, 463 more than 2007

-Colorado by 62,230 to 3.02 million, highest since 2001

-Oakland by 51,867 to 1.53 million, highest since 2015

-Atlanta by 50,529 to 2.56 million in the second year of SunTrust Park

-San Diego by 30,045 to 2.17 million, highest since 2016

-Washington by 4,624 to 2.53 million, highest since 2015

-Los Angeles Angels by 633 to 3.02 million, highest since 2014

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