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Fenway
12-08-2011, 06:38 AM
The one thing that leaps out at me is the total erosion of the Dodgers audience


Team
Flagship Owner
Flagship Station(s)
Average Game Cume

New York Yankees
CBS
WCBS-AM
487,000

New York Mets
CBS
WFAN-AM
338,500

Detroit Tigers
CBS
WXYT-AM/WXYT-FM
263,400

Boston Red Sox
Entercom
WEEI-AM/WEEI-FM
241,500

Chicago Cubs
Tribune
WGN-AM
239,700

San Francisco Giants
Cumulus
KNBR-AM
184,900

Los Angeles
Angels of Anaheim
LAA 1 LLC/ABC
KLAA-AM/KSPN-AM
166,600

Philadelphia Phillies
CBS
WPHT-AM
159,500

St. Louis Cardinals
St. Louis Sports Radio LLC
KMOX-AM
158,400

Minnesota Twins
Hubbard
KSTP-AM
133,000

Cincinnati Reds
Clear Channel
WLW-AM
116,100

Seattle Mariners
Bonneville
KIRO-AM
113,400

Chicago White Sox
CBS
WSCR-AM
92,600

Los Angeles Dodgers
Citadel
KABC-AM
89,900

Southsider101
12-10-2011, 03:48 PM
That's a shockingly low number for the LA Dodgers. However, Fenway, I would be interested in seeing the Dodger's numbers for their Spanish broadcasts. It wouldn't surprise me if they were greater than the KABC numbers, considering the changing demographics of the LA metro area.

Fenway
12-10-2011, 03:56 PM
That's a shockingly low number for the LA Dodgers. However, Fenway, I would be interested in seeing the Dodger's numbers for their Spanish broadcasts. It wouldn't surprise me if they were greater than the KABC numbers, considering the changing demographics of the LA metro area.

You might be right - The Red Sox have 35,000 listening to Spanish radio and I know the Yankees and Mets have big numbers as well.

Red Sox also use SAP on NESN for Spanish.

Amazed that neither Chicago team offers all games in Spanish.

The Tigers numbers don't include people listening in Ontario.

I think the LA numbers just show how much damage McCourt has done there.