DENVER - The Colorado Rockies have the second worst record in the National League going into the All-Star break, but that isn't stopping fans from coming to Coors Field.
Colorado is in the top 10 for average attendance per game in all of major league baseball, according to numbers from ESPN.
They currently have a 40-55 record for the season.
The Rockies consistently pack Coors Field even in past years when the team didn't perform very well.
Last year, the Rockies finished with the worst record in the National League West but still ended the season averaging more than 34,000 fans in 81 homes games. The average was the 10th best in all of Major League Baseball.
In 2012, the team finished with the worst record in franchise history but still ended up drawing more than 32,000 fans per game, the 12th best mark in the MLB.
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