Camelback Ranch-Glendale welcomed its two millionth fan in 2017 while enjoying record-setting attendance for the third consecutive year.
The Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox combined to draw 257,609 fans this spring, eclipsing the record-setting totals of the past two years, 245,670 (2016) and 234,360 (2015).
CR-G enjoyed seven sellouts, one shy of last year's record number. The Ranch has now hosted over 200,000 fans eight times in its nine-year history.
This year's 35-game slate, played daily from Feb. 25-March 29, also set a record for The Ranch. The previous high was 2013, the last World Baseball Classic year, when CR-G hosted 32 games.
Dodgers - This spring, the Dodgers established a club record in total attendance (165,911) for the third consecutive spring, bettering their 2016 figure (155,841).
White Sox - The White Sox drew 91,698 fans in 2017 to surpass their 2016 total attendance (89,829).