Dodgers Spring Training: Attendance At Camelback Ranch Increases From 2018 & Marks 11th Consecutive Year With Over 100,000 Fans
Camelback Ranch view during Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training
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The Los Angeles Dodgers wrapped up the Cactus League portion of their 2019 Spring Training schedule by going winless in their final seven games (0-6-1), including falling to Camelback Ranch co-tenant Chicago White Sox on Sunday afternoon.

The game was played in front of a sellout crowd of 13,2017, which brought the Dodgers’ attendance this spring to 154,884. They played 15 designated home games at Camelback Ranch, resulting in an average attendance of 10,326.

Last spring, the club finished with 152,305 total attendance across 15 games at Camelback Ranch and a 10,154 average. The Dodgers’ total this year was their third-highest, and the average was their second-highest at Camelback Ranch.

The Dodgers have now drawn over 100,000 fans to Spring Training for each of the 11 years they’ve spent at Camelback Ranch. They played their first spring game in Arizona against the White Sox on March 1, 2009.

While their Cactus League schedule is in the books, the Dodgers return to Southern California for a three-game exhibition Freeway Series with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim that begins Sunday. The series shifts to Dodger Stadium for the finale on Tuesday night.

An off day will follow the conclusion of the exhibition schedule, and the Dodgers will then face the Arizona Diamondbacks on Opening Day.