Now, a new milestone approaches that directly relates to the fans known as Red Sox Nation. On Wednesday, Sept 3, 2008 the Boston Red Sox will sell out Fenway Park for the 456th consecutive game, setting a new MLB record for most consecutive sellouts at any venue. The record, currently at 455 consecutive games, was set by the Cleveland Indians when they first opened Jacobs Field, now known as Progressive Field. "The Jake" sold out from June 12, 1995 until April 4, 2001 and at the time the record appeared to be pretty safe. And it was, that is until Red Sox Nation was born.
In 2011 the patriots were the only team to sell out all games -- home and away.
The Boston Red Sox have sold out the most consecutive games in MLB history while the Portland Trailblazers have sold out the most consecutive home games in the NBA (and in North America for any sport).
The Dallas Cowboys have sold the most merchandise since 2001, and sold more merchandise than any other NFL team in the 90's.
the Boston red sox sold the most so far............
The portland Trail Blazers do. They sold out over 800 games staight. froma period of about 1977 to 2001
I'm not 100% on this question. To me it would seem that the team that wins the most games is the team that determines who has the most games. It's a statistic, not a decision, determination, or vote.
A Team Cape, normally found in the wilderness, they are sold by cape merchants that have specific names. Located near most Wilderness Mini-games.
There are thousands of toys sold at Toys'R'Us. The most popular toys sold at Toys'R'Us are Barbie Dolls, Nintendo Device games, and Trading card games such as Pokemon and Magic.