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The average fan spent $207.88 on a visit to a Major League ballpark in 2012, according to sports marketing firm Team Marketing Report. That figure is based on the Fan Cost Index, which takes into account four adult tickets, two small draft beers, four small soft drinks, four regular hot dogs, two programs, two baseball caps and parking for one car.
Here are the 15 most expensive Major League ballparks, using the 2012 Fan Cost Index figures:
15. Nationals Park (Washington Nationals) -- $198.16 Fan Cost Index
14. Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles Dodgers) -- $213.36
13. Rogers Centre (Toronto Blue Jays) -- $216.89
12. U.S. Cellular Field (Chicago White Sox) -- $222.98
11. AT&T Park (San Francisco Giants) -- $224.32
10. Minute Maid Park (Houston Astros) -- $224.33
9. Busch Stadium (St. Louis Cardinals) -- $224.76
8. Target Field (Minnesota Twins) -- $225.14
7. Citi Field (New York Mets) -- $230.44
6. Comerica Park (Detroit Tigers) -- $233.49
5. Marlins Stadium (Miami Marlins) -- $242.47
4. Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia Phillies) -- $257.16
3. Wrigley Field (Chicago Cubs) -- $300.29
2. Yankee Stadium (New York Yankees) -- $324.30
1. Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox) -- $336.99
Click here to read the 2012 MLB Fan Cost Index report in full.
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