O's to draw 3 million

September 13, 1995|By Brad Snyder

The Orioles will draw more than 3 million fans for the third time in their history this season, the club announced yesterday.

With eight home games remaining, the Orioles' attendance is 2,733,152.

The Orioles and Colorado Rockies -- who went over the 3-million mark last night -- will be the only teams to reach the plateau in the 1995 season, which was shortened to 144 games because of the players strike.

The Orioles also drew more than 3 million in 1992 (3,567,819) and 1993 (3,644,965).

TICKETS

Tickets remaining for the rest of the Orioles' homestand:

Date Opponent Remaining

Tonight Red Sox 7,700

Tomorrow Yankees 5,000

Friday Yankees 240

Saturday Yankees 100

Sunday Yankees 500

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