Sellout Attendance Figure Varies For Variety of Factors Including Standing Room Only, Complimentary Tickets, Larry Lucchino Explains

On the surface, it doesn’t seem to make much sense that the attendance figure at Fenway Park varies from game to game.

If the seating capacity is 37,493 for a night game and Fenway is sold out nightly, why does the number announced change?

Red Sox President and CEO Larry Lucchino explained the discrepancy in an appearance on Red Sox Gameday Live with Tom Caron and Peter Gammons. The explanation is simpler than you think.

Find out why by checking out the Red Sox Gameday Live video above.

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