The Toronto Blue Jays were one of the most exciting offenses in MLB last season, Jose Bautista led the league with 54 HRs and the team led the MLB with 257 HRs on the season. With an offense like that you would expect the seats to be filled, right?
Well, that was definitely not the case; home game attendance was near the bottom of the league. The average attendance to watch the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre for the 2010 season was around 20,000 per game, around 38% of the 52,000+ capacity. Even so, the Blue Jays decided to keep season ticket prices the same for the 2011 season. If the Blue Jays organization really wanted to fill up the seats, they would drop ticket prices. Since ticket prices will remain the same for the 2011 season and it will be hard to match the explosive offense of the 2010 season, attendance will most likely rank toward the bottom of the league once again. As a result, there are sure to be great deals on the secondary market for Toronto Blue Jays tickets.