Feb 2, 2010, 10:31 AM EDT
I mentioned this morning that Brewers fans were some of the better fans I’ve seen — a point some of you have disputed in the comments. Fair enough, as my assessment of them is based on anecdotal “man, I’m sure having fun at this ballgame with all these Brewers fans” stuff. By some more objective measures they may not stack up. Of course, by one objective measure they certainly do:
The Milwaukee Brewers have already reached 1 million tickets sold for the 2010 season. The
franchise reached the milestone on Monday. It was the second-earliest
date the club has reached that milestone. Last season, the Brewers
reached 1 million sold on Jan. 19. The Brewers hit 1 million despite the fact that the franchise has not yet begun group or single-game sales.
Last year the Brewers ranked ninth in overall attendance. Every single team ahead of them plays in a larger MSA than Milwaukee, most of them much larger (come to think of it, I believe Milwaukee is the smallest MSA in all of Major League Baseball). We can argue about who’s more knowledgeable, but I think Milwaukee may have them all beat for enthusiasm.
- Ian Kinsler hopes Rangers go 0-162, calls GM a “sleazeball” (132)
- Albert Pujols was insulted when someone asked him if he can put up Mike Trout numbers (103)
- The politics of “The Cardinal Way” (67)
- Robinson Cano wants the Mariners to bring in Kendrys Morales and Ervin Santana (64)
- Reporter calls Ian Kinsler as self-absorbed as A-Rod (60)