"I'm tired of thinking about it, talking about it," Sternberg said. "You're tired of asking me the question, and most importantly, everybody is tired of hearing about it. So it's really all about what's going to be is going to be. And what it is, is what it is.After two long-awaited games against the Red Sox, the Rays' average attendance is at 19,570 and climbing, up to 28th in the majors.
"And we're going to try and do as well as we can on the field and enjoy what's happening day-to-day. The numbers that are coming through are what they are. I don't anticipate talking about it or focusing on it at all this season or any time in the near future after that."
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Sternberg (Relatively) Quiet on Attendance Talk
Regardless of whether Stu Sternberg was being calculated when he essentially said "no comment" to the same ole attendance questions, it's a nice reprieve from the media's recycled reaction to it: