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Attendance trends after 23 games at PNC Park

Attendance trends after 23 games at PNC Park

All of the attendance talk last week piqued my curiosity. I won't debate the reasons why fans stay away from PNC Park, or why you should or shouldn't attend more games. I won't say what needs to happen for the Pirates to draw better crowds, either.
I only wanted to see what the attendance trends were at this point in the season, and I figured as long as I was going through the trouble, I might as well publish the findings here.
All of the data was collected from the box scores available on the Pirates' schedule page.
First, the boring chart that lists the vitals for each of the Pirates' home games. From left to right, the categories are: date of the game; opponent faced; whether the Pirates won or lost; the Pirates' starting pitcher; the weather in Pittsburgh as listed on MLB.com; the ...

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