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10 Major League Towns Where Baseball Doesn't Cost a Bundle

8. Oakland Athletics

Average ticket price: $22.12

Change from 2012: +2.2%

Hey "moneyball," how's that one winning season and playoff appearance in the past six years treating you? Manager Bob Melvin has the A's back on track and looking tough so far this season, but it must be somewhat disconcerting to look across the bay and see the Giants' two World Series titles in the past three years. Yes, A's tickets are a full $8 less on average than what fans are paying at AT&T (T) Park, but the Bay Area's status as a big baseball market still depends on which side of the bay you're standing on.

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