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Baseball season is back, and America couldn’t be happier. There is now something to do on a random Tuesday night other than hit the bar. You can now make a trip to your nearest stadium, toss back some brews, and yell at Joe West. Unfortunately for us, stadiums inflate the price of beer so much that it makes it damn near impossible to get drunk. I shouldn’t have to takeout a mortgage to enjoy a watered-down Coors Light draft.
Since the season has only just begun, and you may be looking to make a trip to multiple stadiums in the coming months, Business Insider put together a nice graph to show you where you will get the most bang for your buck. Note that these are the prices for the smallest beer available.
I’m really shocked that the Phillies can continue to get away with those prices. The smallest beer they offer is a 21 ouncer, but fans need a gallon of beer to be able to sit through a full nine innings. Where is the outrage, Philly? Regester isn’t too happy about it. He’s already visibly shaken by the idea of watching 162 games where his squad trots out the rotting corpses of once Philly greats Ryan Howard and Chase Utley. Flasks have become his best friend.
The Marlins now sit in the meaty part of the bell curve at $6 (beers were $8 last season). They must have taken note of Fox’s roast of them for having the highest prices last season. $6 still isn’t low enough for me to watch that team play.
The Angels are the most reasonable at $0.28 per ounce. It makes up for the fact that you’re in LA. Go Rangers..
[via Business Insider]
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