"Take Me Out to the Ball Game…"
It’s not the cost of peanuts and Cracker Jacks that will have these fans seeing dollar signs. Here are the 10 most expensive tickets in the MLB, according to ticket search engine SeatGeek
Beantown’s team tops the list as they look to bounce back after a disappointing season finishing third in the AL East last season.
Cubs fans will gladly pay top dollar for a seat at Fenway as the club looks to claim its first World Series victory since 1908.
Coming off a World Series victory and the loss of perennial all-star Albert Pujols, the Cards are looking to continue their winning streak and success on the field.
The Rangers have won back to back pennants since Nolan Ryan’s investment group took control of the franchise, and fans are paying for the continued success.
The O’s have posted 14 consecutive losing seasons but Camden Yards remains one of the last great ballparks in America.
An explosive young team has the fans out in droves to watch the Giants look to reclaim their World Series success from 2010.
Location, location, location. The Mets haven’t been able to tackle the NL East in recent years, but New Yorkers are still willing to pay for a visit to Citi Field.
The DBacks are looking to capitalize off last year’s NL West title to help draw crowds (the Phoenix weather doesn’t hurt either).
The Bronx Bombers captured another AL East title in 2011 and hopefully that will continue to help draw crowds to the team’s new stadium.
The Padres prove that a beautiful stadium and city can make up for a lack of success on the diamond as the Padres look to climb out of the bottom of the NL West.
Baseball lovers across the country are anxiously waiting the first pitch of the 2012 regular season, but fans of these teams will pay more to see the action live.