The PCL averaged over 6,600 fans per game for the third straight year, accumulating a total of 7,420,095 fans in 1,120 openings, surpassing the previous attendance record of 7,413,505 fans set during the 2006 regular season.
For the eighth season in-a-row, Sacramento paced the PCL and all of Minor League Baseball with a total season attendance of 710,235. They were followed closely in League standings by Round Rock who took over the second position this year with 662,575 fans, while Memphis claimed the PCL's third-highest count at 677,706. Meanwhile, Iowa and Albuquerque rounded out the top-5 as they did a year ago. They, along with Oklahoma and Fresno, surpassed 500,000 total fans.
In addition to topping the 500,000 mark Fresno also boasted the highest increase in per-game average from last season, as nearly 400 more Girzzlies fans filled Chukchansi Park each game in 2007. Colorado Springs experienced a league-best percentage increase of 8.4-percent while Tacoma followed with a 7-percent increase.
Together with the International League, Triple-A Baseball drew over 14-million fans during the regular season for the first time ever.