Wrigley Field second-priciest park to watch baseball, study says

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.



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