The Braves drew the smallest crowd of any home team Sunday, and that’s saying something because the Rays were playing at the Trop. Also-rans Kansas City and Seattle attracted more fans than the streaking Braves, who won their 7th in a row before just 23,382.
This comes after the local nine failed to sell out their July 4th contest against the Cubs and attracted a capacity crowd in just one of the three games vs. the Yankees.
Despite that, attendance is actually up 132,697 from this same point last year, for an average of 29,968 per game, according to Baseball Reference.
It just doesn’t feel like it.