With the 3 sellouts and now the summer months when families are more likely to attend games with kids out of school, the Dodgers now sit about 8000 tickets sold to surpass Philadelphia as the league leader in tickets sold.
Meanwhile San Francisco and Colorado have very small increases from last year while Arizona and San Diego are slightly down.
On the other hand, with the halfway point coming soon, the Dodgers are down 3.6% from last year and significantly down (5.9%) from 2007.
The Angels are down 6.3% from their highwater average tickets sold back in 2006.
The Padres sold over 37,000 tickets per game during their first season at Petco in 2004, they are down a whopping 35% since that year.