The Los Angeles Dodgers have one of the best fan bases in the world. LA has three million followers on Instagram, over two million followers on Twitter, and once again led in MLB attendance in 2022, averaging 47,671, according to ESPN.
Not only did they lead in attendance last season, but they’ve led in attendance for the past nine seasons (minus the pandemic season).
At home or away, Dodger fans make their presence felt to cheer on their team as hard as they can.
Our very own Doug McKain attended the Dodgers Veterans Day event at Dodger Stadium and got a chance to catch up with Dodgers infielder Max Muncy.
He talks about representing the Dodgers on a day like Veterans Day and what makes the Dodger fan base so unique.
“I think it’s because we are one big family. This is one of the largest fan bases in the world, not just for baseball, not just for the United States, I think in the world. This fan base is huge, it’s awesome, I think they’re the best fans in the game. I love them, I love being able to come out here and play for them.”
That’s what it’s all about for the players and fans. The fans get to have fun at the ballpark because you’re watching your favorite team and players, and the players appreciate your loyalty and support throughout the good and the bad.
The Dodgers have spoiled us throughout the past decade, and even though we haven’t won as much as we’d like, you cannot deny the great product of baseball they’ve provided us with.
We’re all fortunate to root for the best organization in all of baseball.
We love the Dodgers, and it’s nice to know those feelings are reciprocated.
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