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South Bend Cubs break April attendance record

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Through the first twelve games of the 2023 season, the South Bend Cubs have already broken a longstanding record. The organization has set a new franchise April attendance record of 43,749 fans beating the previous mark of 40,114 set back in 2016.
“It’s felt like early summer at the ballpark,” said South Bend Cubs President Joe Hart. “I’ve worked in baseball for over 25 years and every team struggles in April. During my first season with the club in 2012, it took us almost 25 games to reach the same attendance mark we’re at now. This truly is a testament to how much our organization has grown in the last eleven years.”
The South Bend Cubs are in the middle of a twelve game homestand taking on the Cedar Rapids Kernels.
The homestand continues Thursday through Sunday with limited tickets available for games on the weekend. Fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance at www.SouthBendCubs.com

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