The 7 most and least expensive stadiums to watch a Major League Baseball game

  • Most expensive: Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park, $157

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    • Two tickets: $96
    • Two hot dogs: $10.50
    • Two beers: $15.50
    • Parking: $35

    Fenway Park opened in 1912, making it the oldest baseball stadium in use today. Over the decades, Boston Red Sox legends such as pitcher Roger Clemens, left fielder Ted Williams, third baseman Wade Boggs and left fielder Carl Yastrzemski have played at Fenway. The home of the Red Sox is also one of the best and most popular ballparks because of its unique, classic atmosphere and recognizable features, such as the left field, four-story wall known as the Green Monster.

    Catching a Red Sox game in the historic ballpark isn't cheap. Even the lowest-priced season tickets average $48 a game, which is the highest ticket price of any stadium surveyed. Fenway Park also has the highest prices on parking and beer. And a trip to Fenway wouldn't be complete without indulging in a distinctive Fenway Frank, even if they are $5.25 each.