Go watch the Cubs chase history at the peril of your personal finances.
The Friendly Confines is one of the least friendly to wallets, according to a new analysis ranking all 30 Major League Baseball parks.
For two people — including one beer and hot dog apiece, tickets and parking — it costs about $48 more to root for the Cubs at Wrigley Field than to cheer on the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field, according to the analysis by GOBankingRates.com, a personal finance website.
Wrigley was ranked the second-most-expensive ballpark. For two people to attend a Cubs game, it costs $116.06 — two tickets for $64.06; two hot dogs for $11.50; two beers for $15.50; and parking for $25.