The sellouts have come so fast and furious at Nat Bailey Stadium in recent years that the Vancouver Canadians have stopped announcing when they happen. Falling under the category of a nice problem to have, the team has been staying mum about crowd size so fans on the outside looking in don’t get discouraged.
“We were selling out so much that the community started thinking that you can’t get in,” Canadians President Andy Dunn said. “We had to take a different approach and tell the community that you can get in, but you have to plan accordingly. You can’t show up at 6:30 on a game night thinking that you are going to get a ticket.”