MLB Stadium Nearly Empty Due to Fan Boycott.

On Friday night, fewer than 4,000 fans attended the Oakland Athletics' game against the Cleveland Guardians.

According to ESPN, the Athletics stated that 3,837 spectators attended the game. That's only a fraction of the total attendance on Opening Day, which included thousands of empty seats.

ESPN said that supporters are boycotting as A's owner John Fisher wants to relocate the franchise.

The spectators partied on the broken asphalt of the Coliseum parking lot, under the shadows of the collapsing bleachers that used to line the stadium for Raiders football games. 

The longest line was at the tent manned by members of Schools Over Stadiums, a political action committee of the Nevada State Education Association that is attempting to block

the allocation of $380 million in public funding to help A's owner John Fisher pay for a new ballpark on the Las Vegas Strip.

The boycott resulted in one of the most embarrassing stadium photographs in recent memory. On Friday night, as the Athletics and Guardians faced off, the stadium appeared nearly empty.

Major League Baseball owners unanimously authorized the team's move to Las Vegas, with a target date of 2028. 

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