The Ogden Raptors (Rookie; Pioneer League) achieved a milestone this season, posting a franchise single-season attendance record by welcoming 146,201 fans.
In Thursday’s regular-season home finale, the Raptors defeated the Orem Owlz 3-2 before a crowd of 3,185 fans at Lindquist Field. That pushed the team’s total attendance for the season to 146,201, a new franchise record that surpasses the previous high mark of 146,068 set back in 2009. The Raptors currently lead the Pioneer League in total attendance, and are at the top of the circuit with a per-game average of 3,951.
The Raptors will end the regular season in Orem with a two-game series that starts Friday. The team has clinched a playoff berth, and will begin its first-round series against the Grand Junction Rockies on Sunday.
We will have a full roundup of 2019 MiLB regular-season attendance figures on Monday.