The Hanshin Tigers topped two million in attendance in their forty-eighth home game of the season. They topped two million in forty-seven games last year.0 Comments
The Yomiuri Giants reached two million in attendance on July 29, their forty-ninth home game of the season. The Giants made it to two million in the same number of games last year.0 Comments
The Chiba Lotte Marines reached one million in attendance in their forty-sixth home game of the season on July 22 and tied the franchise speed record set in 2007.
Source: Sanspo 7/22/20180 Comments
The Rakuten Eagles topped one million in attendance in their forty-second home game of the year on July 21. They made it to the same total in forty-one home games last year.0 Comments
The Seibu Lions made it to one million in attendance in their forty-first game of the season on July 21 and set a new franchise speed record (based on figures released since 2005).
Source: Sanspo 7/21/20180 Comments
|All Games||3:16 (288 games)||3:12 (483 games)|
|Nine Innings||3:12 (263 games)||3:06 (427 games)|
|All Games||3:17 (290 games)||3:14 (483 games)|
|Nine Innings||3:12 (260 games)||3:10 (441 games)|
Source: NPB 7/12/20180 Comments
The Yokohama Bay Stars reached one million in attendance during their thirty-sixth home game of the year on July 1 and set a new franchise record. The previous record of thirty-seven home games was set last season.0 Comments
The Nippon Ham Fighters topped one million in attendance during their thirty-sixth home game of the year on July 1. They needed thirty-five home games to reach the same milestone last year.0 Comments
The Chunichi Dragons topped one million in attendance on June 29, their thirty-fifth home game of the year. The Dragons needed thirty-eight home game to reach the same milestone last year.0 Comments
The Hiroshima Carp set a new franchise record on June 27 by making it to one million in attendance in their thirty-third home game of the year. It took Hiroshima thirty-four home games last year to make the same mark.0 Comments