The Official Attendance Can Become Empty of Meaning – NYTimes.com

Through the first 75 home games this year, the Mets have sold 2,083,794 tickets, 3.9 percent less than the same period last year, according to Baseball-Reference.com. With only seven home games remaining, against the Miami Marlins and the Pittsburgh Pirates — traditionally weak draws — and a horrendous record at Citi Field, where they had won 5 of their previous 30 games after Friday night’s 7-3 victory update against the Marlins, the Mets are almost certain to see their attendance decline for the third straight season.

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