They certainly had games that low, but averaged they still were in the 10,000's.
I'm saying I hope they have historic lows, where even on the busiest of weekends they are at like 10% capacity. There's zero reason for anybody to support that team until they change ownership.
And I've been one to gleefully mock Florida sports fans, but this is a whole new level of ownership disdain of their fanbase. We're talking Dollar Bill levels here.
Throw in a couple Hawks championships during that time period and is there really anything to even ***** about? That's my point. It's one thing to gut a team over and over again, but when the result is a championship, how can you complain? They run their team differently than most but it's been effective. I mean, during a World Series season, they averaged in the 10,000's. Isn't that the fans making the statement that no matter how good the team is, they just won't show up?
Diamondbacks on the verge of getting a SS, that they so desperately want..... in Asdrubal Cabrera, for Trevor Bauer, straight up.
I personally love Bauer, and wouldn't do it if I were Arizona... but apparently the organization as a whole has really soured on him. Wish we had someone we could give up for him. He might not be that future Ace prospect he once was, but he still has the upside... but even if he doesn't fully pan out, he could still definitely be a solid and cheaply controlled #3 in a year or two.
I know it's fun to be optimistic, but the Cubs aren't going to make a run at the division just because we add a few relievers, a couple journeymen starters, and an outfield bat. The Reds won 97 games with Votto missing 50+ games, the Cards won 88 with Carpenter basically out the whole year, etc. This division isn't the mid-00s NL West.