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Angels draw 3 million fans to extend streak

Angels draw 3 million fans to extend streak

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Angels draw 3 million fans to extend streak
ANAHEIM -- The Angels surpassed the 3-million mark in attendance for the ninth straight season on Saturday, the longest streak in the franchise's history.

In the American League, only the Yankees have also drawn 3 million fans in each of the last nine years.

Heading into Saturday's game against Oakland, the Angels were averaging 39,020 fans per contest, the fifth highest mark in baseball. They still have four games left to play at Angel Stadium after Saturday -- the series finale against Oakland and three against Texas.

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