51s Reach 300,000 Mark in “Home” Attendance for 25th Straight Season

The

Las Vegas 51’s of the Pacific
Coast League (PCL) reached the 300,000 plateau in “home” attendance
for the 25th consecutive season (1983-2007). In 58 home games this year,

Las Vegas’ total
attendance is 301,348 for an average of 5,196.
Las Vegas
has recorded four sellouts with a season-high crowd of 12,179 on July 3 vs.

Fresno.

In 72 home
games in 2006,

Las Vegas’
total attendance was 365,659 for an average of 5,079. The team surpassed the
2005 season’s total of 334,485 (4,645 average) which was the highest single
season mark since the 1999 season (339,702). The 2006 season total of 365,659
was the most since

Las Vegas
began its affiliation with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2001. The total is also
the largest since the 1993 season and fourth largest in history of the
franchise.

LARGEST
SINGLE SEASON HOME ATTENDANCE:

1992
387,815 72 dates 5,386 average

1993
386,310 71 dates 5,441 average

*1983
365,848 75 dates 4,878 average

2006
365,659 72 dates 5,079 average