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Cactus League Fans Set Attendance Records in 2015

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Nearly 1.9 million fans attended a Cactus League game this season, the most ever in 69 years of spring training baseball in Arizona.

The previous record of 1.732 million fans was set in 2013 over 37 game days.

In just 33 game days this year, fans poured into the Valley's 10 Cactus League ballparks setting records in several of the individual venues.

"Every one of our ballparks reported more business," according to Mark Coronado, President of the Cactus League Baseball Association.

"We expect some of our teams to draw well every year, but this season every community experienced the positive growth in our industry," he said.

The Chicago Cubs set the record again for most fans through the gates in a single season, with 222,415 in attendance this year. The team also set the single game attendance record for a second year in a row, when 15,342 fans watched the Cubs host the cross-town rival White Sox on March 27th.

The Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies teamed up to draw more fans than any other two-team facility, attracting 351,000 to Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. The two teams have together drawn more than 300,000 fans in each of the ballpark's first five seasons.

The San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners broke a 2002 attendance record this ...

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