PHOENIX -- Game 4 of the National League Division Series at Chase Field was not a sellout like Game 3, but the D-backs were still pleased with the way ticket sales went in the 24 hours prior to the game.
The announced attendance was 38,830 on Wednesday, a little more than 10,000 fewer than Game 3.
The team, however, said it sold 10,000 tickets after winning Game 3, which guaranteed there would be a Game 4.
The lowest postseason attendance at Chase Field came in Game 1 of the 2001 NL Championship Series when 37,729 showed up for a game against the Braves.
In 2001, the year the team won the World Series, it averaged 42,285 for the NLDS matchup with the Cardinals. This year's NLDS averaged 43,571.
Tickets for possible NLCS games at Chase Field will go on sale Thursday.