Dodgers set single-season franchise attendance record

September 22nd, 2019

LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Dodgers today completed their home schedule with a single-season franchise attendance record of 3,974,309 (49,066 average) in 81 home games, which included 28 sellouts. The attendance mark led Major League Baseball, the seventh consecutive year the Dodgers have done so, and represented the 10th largest single-season mark in Major League history.

The National League West champion Dodgers went 59-22 (.728) at home this year, the best home record in Los Angeles history and second-best mark in franchise history (60-17, .779 in 1953).

Los Angeles will open the 2019 Postseason on Thursday, October 3 at Dodger Stadium, when the Dodgers will give away their first-ever Postseason bobblehead in recognition of Cody Bellinger’s MVP-caliber season. The special edition bobblehead depicts Bellinger in his home run trot and will be available in both his home white uniform and road grays. The first 40,000 fans in attendance will receive either the white or gray version of the bobblehead depending on what is available at their point of entry. The team will also distribute rally towels at each Postseason home game.

Fans are encouraged to visit for the latest Postseason schedule and ticket information. Additionally, those that purchase a full season ticket Membership for the 2020 season will be granted full Postseason rights for this year, including the World Series.