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Record-low Rogers Centre turnout of 10,610 to see Blue Jays

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The Canadian Press
4/14/2010 9:44:24 PM
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TORONTO - The Toronto Blue Jays announced attendance of 10,610 for Wednesday night's game against the Chicago White Sox, their smallest home crowd since they moved into the Rogers Centre in June of 1989.

The previous low at the Rogers Centre, formerly the SkyDome, was 11,159, set last Sept. 9.

The franchise low is 10,074 on April 17, 1979, at Exhibition Stadium.




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