A month into the season, the Cleveland Indians are ranked dead last in average attendance – 30th out of a possible 30 teams with an average attendance of 15,197. It is startling to see them listed behind clubs such as Oakland, Florida, Pittsburgh, and Washington. Only Toronto has a lower average percentage of capacity at 30%, with the Tribe averaging 35% capacity. The Indians have only played 9 home games so far, tied for the fewest in MLB, and had a fairly decent April, weather-wise, when they were in town. It is unlikely they will hold in 30th position throughout the season with current figures based on such a small sample size. In the second game of the season against Texas, however, the Tribe set a single-game attendance record low in the 16 year history of Jacobs/Progressive field with an announced figure of 10,071. In addition to Cleveland, Toronto, Washington, and Baltimore have also set single-game ballpark record lows.