There are a lot of hardcore Jays fans from coast to coast – there’s no doubt about that. If you rounded up each and every diehard fan and built a city for them, and then relocated the Jays to that city, the numbers at the gate would be a lot higher than USA Today reported . If this city existed in Canada – packed with baseball loving hosers – and the Jays only won 50-games, they would still lead the league in attendance. But this fictitious city, populated entirely by Jays fans, clearly doesn’t exist.
I’m sure many of you have already read that the Jays lead the league in declining attendance with an egregious drop off of 33%. It sounds pretty bad, but it’s really not that bad at all though. I probably don’t need to use a dumb word like egregious to describe it. And to be honest with you, I’ve never really liked that word to begin with, so I’m not sure why the hell I’m using it.
Anyway, the Jays attendance was terrible in April, which was highlighted in big, red letters by USA Today. Rogers, Mark Shapiro and company are seeing the …
Author: Ryan Di Francesco / Blue Jays Nation