As Reds return home, a look at GABP attendance

With the Reds returning home tonight to face Milwaukee at Great American Ballpark, let’s look at this year’s attendance. Cincinnati is averaging 29,784 tickets sold per game, its highest mark since 31,431 in 1999.

If the Reds remain on this pace, the 2013 average would rank seventh in franchise history. The record average is 32,466 set in 1976, the second of back-to-back championship years for the Big Red Machine.

Here’s a look at the Reds’ average attendance over the past 10 years.


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