The Oakland A’s attendance numbers reach historic low as the MLB gets caught editing videos on the league’s website to remove ‘Sell The Team’ signs
The Oakland A’s have been posting some of the lowest fan attendance numbers the MLB has had in decades.
The number of fans that attended Monday night’s game between the A’s and D-Backs at the Coliseum was just 2,064, marking the third lowest amount of fans at a Major League Baseball game since the league started keeping track of attendance.
Honestly, I’m not sure if that number is even accurate, because if you watched the game on Monday or Tuesday (I’m a sicko late night MLB.tv guy) it really looked like you count the number of fans in the seats out in Oakland.
Plus, who doesn’t LOVE a good pitchers duel at 2AM on the East Coast? Get outta here.
Free baseball is free baseball.
But yes, we’re talking hundreds, not even close to thousands of fans in attendance.
Oakland A’s Attendance Numbers Reach Historic Low
The Oakland A’s have officially entered a purchase agreement to build at stadium in Las Vegas, so the fans they have left in Oakland are simply not showing up to games anymore and rightfully so. Plus, the A’s a team with no direction, are an MLB-worst 10-34 on the season.
While Oakland fans are obviously upset with John Fisher and have been calling him to sell the team, Major League Baseball is doing their absolute best to cover that frustration up during games.
The MLB is literally editing footage to remove “Sell The Team” signs hung up on the outfield walls. No, I’m not making this up. There’s a ton of videos going around the internet that I just became familiar with while writing this article.
MLB cropped A’s videos so you viewers couldn’t see “Sell The Team” signs
Originally tweeted by Jomboy Media (@JomboyMedia) on April 29, 2023.
The MLB is a Totalitarian State
I mean this is just nasty stuff from the MLB.
I do appreciate the last Oakland A’s fans fighting until the very end. I couldn’t imagine if some rich owner in Philadelphia came in and wanted to take one of our sports teams out of this city and leave us with death and despair.
That of course, is besides the fact that the majority of years we do actually live in death and despair outside of a few outliers every 5-10 years.
Oh and while we’re at it, if someone would like the Philadelphia 76ers, please take them. Ever since Game 7, Twitter has been broken trying to make sense of yet another second round exit and refuses to move on to Phillies season.
Anyways, pretty wild scene out in Oakland. Stay strong A’s fans. There’s a few of us here in Philadelphia that support the fight, no matter how it ends. Cheers.