Giants’ sellout streak ends at 530 consecutive home games

Posted: 18/07/2017 in MLB, Sports
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For the times they are a-changin’.

With the San Francisco Giants in their worst state in over a decade, the club saw its sellout streak end at 530 games Monday at AT&T Park against the Cleveland Indians.

It stands as the longest streak in National League history and ranks second only to the Boston Red Sox (794 straight) for longest in league history, according to Bleacher Report’s Scott Miller.

The announced attendance was 39,538.

The Giants, currently on pace to lose 94 games, ranked third in the league in average home attendance (41,574) prior to Monday’s game. In fact, the Giants haven’t slotted below the top 10 in attendance since 2008.

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