ANAHEIM -- The Angels' home attendance has passed 3 million for the 14th consecutive season, the club announced on Friday.
The Angels' streak of drawing at least 3 million fans is the second longest in baseball, behind only the Yankees, who have done so for 18 straight. The Halos are one of seven clubs to draw over 3 million fans to their home games in 2016, joining the Blue Jays, Cardinals, Cubs, Dodgers, Giants and Yankees.
The Angels' average attendance per home game is 37,506, which ranks third in the American League behind the Blue Jays (41,878) and Yankees (37,978).
Since joining the AL in 1961, the Angels have drawn over 117 million fans to their home games, behind only the Yankees (133 million) and Red Sox (120 million).
Austin Laymance is a reporter for MLB.com based in Los Angeles. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.