ARLINGTON, Texas -- When you have success, the fans will come.
Sunday's attendance of 46,637 marked the 16th sellout of the season at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington and moved the total attendance to over one million fans -- 1,010,249.
It's the fastest the Rangers have reached the mark in club history -- 23 home dates. The previous mark was in 1994, when the Rangers reached one million fans in 27 dates.
Fourteen of the last 16 Rangers home dates have been sellouts, including the last five games. That's the second-longest streak in club history.
The Rangers, who are 12 games over .500, are one of just four clubs to reach at least one million fans this season.
The Los Angeles Dodgers' attendance of 33,306 on Sunday pushed them to over a million fans on the season (1,005,891). Philadelphia (1,078,496) and the New York Yankees (1,023,740) have also reached one million in total attendance.
Update: The St. Louis moved over one million in attendance with Sunday's crowd. The Cardinals have amassed 1,010,311 fans at home this season.