The Miami Marlins drew just 6,150 fans on Wednesday as they hosted the New York Mets.

As low as that figure was, it was made worse by the fact that the club's Double-A affiliate in Jacksonville drew more fans (6,960) to their home opener against the Mobile BayBears.

According to ESPN, the Marlins are last in Major League attendance this season, drawing an average of 12,641 fans.