As the calendar turns to June, the Yankees two-week streak atop the check-in charts comes to an end.  The Major League Baseball team with the most Foursquare check-ins over the last week is the Chicago Cubs, with more than a thousand check-ins.  This brings the Cubs’ total check-ins for the season to 4,525.  The Cubs schedule over the past week included home games against the Astros, Pirates and Mets over the past week.

Following the Cubs closely are the Washington Nationals, New York Mets, Detroit Tigers and Atlanta Braves.

Team Stadium Weekly Check-Ins Season Check-Ins
Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field 1,085 4,525
Washington Nationals Nationals Park 971 3,828
New York Mets Citi Field 821 2,959
Detroit Tigers Comerica Park 816 2,442
Atlanta Braves Turner Field 719 3,782
Milwaukee Brewers Miller Park Milwaukee Brewers 614 3,425
Minnesota Twins Target Field 555 2,118
Colorado Rockies Coors Field 546 2,633
Seattle Mariners Safeco Field 522 2,278
San Francisco Giants AT&T Park 462 3,562
Texas Rangers Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 443 2,898
Los Angeles Dodgers Dodger Stadium 441 2,952
Tampa Bay Rays Tropicana Field 420 2,125
Boston Red Sox Fenway Park 416 4,275
Toronto Blue Jays Toronto Blue Jays 380 1,918
St Louis Cardinals Busch Stadium 367 2,791
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Angel Stadium of Anaheim 325 2,582
Oakland Athletics Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 321 1,752
Houston Astros Minute Maid Park 317 1,841
Philadelphia Phillies Citizens Bank Park 292 3,405
New York Yankees Yankee Stadium 281 7,387
San Diego Padres Petco Park 233 2,556
Baltimore Orioles Oriole Park at Camden Yards 204 2,532
Kansas City Royals Kauffman Stadium 194 1,995
Cincinnati Reds Great American Ball Park 191 2,060
Arizona Diamondbacks Chase Field 155 2,277
Cleveland Indians Progressive Field 125 2,144
Pittsburgh Pirates PNC Park 98 1,726
Chicago White Sox U.S. Cellular Field 16 1,658
Florida Marlins Sun Life Stadium 8 976

The New York Yankees fell to 22nd this week, with 281 check-ins, having only one home game over the past week.

In the cellar this week are the Chicago White Sox and Florida Marlins.  The Marlins are the only team to not reach at least 1,000 check-ins during this season.

For the total season, the rankings look like this:

  1. New York Yankees
  2. Chicago Cubs
  3. Boston Red Sox
  4. Washington Nationals
  5. Atlanta Braves

The Yankees lead the pack by a wide margin, but fewer than 700 check-ins separate the Cubs from the Braves.

The Cleveland Indians, one of this year’s surprise teams, ranks 21st in Foursquare check-ins.

What do you think will happen this month with check-ins?  Will any team surprise us with its check-in growth?

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