Video Shows Empty Oakland A’s Stadium As Team Announces Abysmal 2,703 Attendance On Wednesday Night

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  • Only 3,748 A’s fans showed up to the team’s game on Tuesday night.
  • On Wednesday night, 2,703 fans attended the team’s game against the Oriolens
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The Oakland A’s are having trouble selling tickets this season.

On Tuesday night, the A’s announced 3,748 fans attended their game, which was the team’s lowest attended game (without pandemic restrictions) since 1980.

Via CBS Sports

The announced attendance of the A’s Tuesday night game against the Baltimore Orioles was 3,748, their lowest figure since a crowd of 3,180 attended a 6-4 loss to the Chicago White Sox in 1980. Excluding games with pandemic restrictions, the A’s 2-1 win over Baltimore was the lowest-attended MLB game since the Miami Marlins drew only 5,297 fans to an August 2019 game.

The A’s stadium was somehow emptier for the Tuesday night’s game against the Orioles.

Bay area journalists put the blame for the A’s poor attendance on the team’s ownership.

No matter who’s to blame, 2,7000 is a pretty terrible number that will only fuel rumors about the team’s relocation to Vegas.

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Brobible sports editor. Jorge is a Miami native and lifelong Heat fan. He has been covering the NBA, MLB and NFL professionally for almost 10 years, specializing in digital media. Email: jorge@brobible.com