10 Major League Towns Where Baseball Doesn't Cost a Bundle
7. Cincinnati Reds
Average ticket price: $21.35
Change from 2012: +3.6%This constitutes Part 1 of the two-part series "Ohio: Baseball's Bargain Bin." That the Reds still charge only a shade over $20 for tickets on average is incredible, considering they've taken the National League Central twice since 2010. It took the eventual World Series champion Giants to pry them out of the playoffs last year, and even then it took a full five-game division series to do so. Though a tough National League Central just got a lot tougher with division punching bag Houston out of the picture, Cincinnati's nucleus of Joey Votto, Brandon Phillips and Jay Bruce is still intact and off to a fast start. Reds fans are getting a lot for relatively little and should probably keep that fact to themselves before anyone catches on.
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