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That city and that franchise have been going down the tubes pretty rapidly. Weather is never a good excuse, but I'd bet that temperatures in the 40s are a dealbreaker for a lot of people on top of the fact that the franchise isn't very exciting.

 

The same thing happens with the Orioles. Both teams were good in the 90s and had new parks that sold out every night. Now the teams suck and people lost enthusiasm. April is always a bad month for the Orioles too. When that temperature gets below 50 you start seeing a lot of ~10,000-12,000 nights. It should pick up a bit when it gets warmer.

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Come on guys, when you have glass windows you don't throw stones.

 

I think this is more about how all the stones are constantly thrown at our house, we just want to see one single stone thrown at someone else. It's been a couple years since we've had the worst attendance but the Florida teams (Rays too) are the only ones constantly receiving potshots about it.

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Come on guys, when you have glass windows you don't throw stones.

 

I think this is more about how all the stones are constantly thrown at our house, we just want to see one single stone thrown at someone else. It's been a couple years since we've had the worst attendance but the Florida teams (Rays too) are the only ones constantly receiving potshots about it.

 

 

When you are at or very near the bottom of that list year in and year out, and when your local media continually get their digs in on it, MV is right. Don't throw stones.

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Come on guys, when you have glass windows you don't throw stones.

 

I think this is more about how all the stones are constantly thrown at our house, we just want to see one single stone thrown at someone else. It's been a couple years since we've had the worst attendance but the Florida teams (Rays too) are the only ones constantly receiving potshots about it.

 

 

When you are at or very near the bottom of that list year in and year out, and when your local media continually get their digs in on it, MV is right. Don't throw stones.

Did you read my post? Not throwing stones, just wondering why we're the only one being pelted with rocks.

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Come on guys, when you have glass windows you don't throw stones.

 

I think this is more about how all the stones are constantly thrown at our house, we just want to see one single stone thrown at someone else. It's been a couple years since we've had the worst attendance but the Florida teams (Rays too) are the only ones constantly receiving potshots about it.

 

 

When you are at or very near the bottom of that list year in and year out, and when your local media continually get their digs in on it, MV is right. Don't throw stones.

Did you read my post? Not throwing stones, just wondering why we're the only one being pelted with rocks.

It is annoying, can't get angry anymore, just a constant annoyance, that it is true that only the Marlins have to endure pot shots for the empty seats. Until late in the season last year, all you could see in Cincy were red seats, cleveland, baltimore. etc. but only if a ball went in to the stands at a marlins game would ESPN sports center say "um, as usual no one there to catch that ball". Forget about weather, your reigning AL east champion, indoors draw 22,000 on the first saturday night game. Rays Nation.

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Come on guys, when you have glass windows you don't throw stones.

 

I think this is more about how all the stones are constantly thrown at our house, we just want to see one single stone thrown at someone else. It's been a couple years since we've had the worst attendance but the Florida teams (Rays too) are the only ones constantly receiving potshots about it.

 

 

When you are at or very near the bottom of that list year in and year out, and when your local media continually get their digs in on it, MV is right. Don't throw stones.

Did you read my post? Not throwing stones, just wondering why we're the only one being pelted with rocks.

 

The Rays and Marlins are consistently competitive, more so than teams like Oakland or Cleveland.

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