Every year, fans keep watching Dust Devils baseball, and once again, the team has broken attendance records.

Although the team doesn't have the biggest stadium in the Northwest A League, per-capita the Dust Devils are one of the best supported teams when it comes to fans.

This year, the Dust Devils again set records for single-game and season attendance, according to the team.

86,283 fans watched the 36 home games this season, an average of 2,332, a new record, and the team set a single game mark when 3,830 fans came out June 22nd.

GESA Stadium was also chosen in a national contest by Ballpark Digest as being the best Class "A" short-season stadium in America, beating out Avista Stadium in Spokane.

The Dust Devils thank everyone for their support, and are looking forward to the 2019 campaign.