What was the attendance at the Twins' last doubleheader at Met Stadium?

On Aug. 14, 1981, the last doubleheader at Met Stadium was played between the Twins and visiting Seattle. The old Met held 45,919 people for baseball. On this day, what was the attendance figure? Was it: 1) 5,630 2) 15,630 3) 35,630 For the answer, click on the headline above...
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A) The last doubleheader at Met Stadium drew 5,630 fans as the Twins and Mariners split the twin bill.

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