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Dodgers, White Sox enjoy increased attendance in 2019

Camelback Ranch-Glendale enjoyed a 6 percent per-game average increase in attendance in 2019, as both of its Spring Training tenants, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox, bettered their attendance totals of one year ago.

The Dodgers and White Sox combined to draw 244,820 fans this spring, the third highest total attendance in the facility's 11 seasons of Cactus League play. The complex's per-game average of 8,442 fans ranked second in its history, falling just 27 fans per game shy of its all-time record (2016).

Dodgers - The Dodgers drew 154,884 (10,326 average) fans to The Ranch, trailing only the Chicago Cubs in single-team total attendance. It also was the Dodgers' second-best average and third-highest total since moving to Arizona for Spring Training in 2009.

White Sox - The White Sox drew 89,936 (6,424 average) fans, their second highest total of the past seven years, despite one rainout, enabling them to jump to ninth in Cactus League total attendance.

The Ranch also recorded seven sellouts for the second consecutive year, one shy of its record number. Camelback Ranch-Glendale now has welcomed over 200,000 fans 10 times in its 11-year history.