Baseball lovers across the country are anxiously waiting the first pitch of the 2012 regular season; thankfully fans of these teams won’t break the bank to watch their home team
You’ll have to wait and see if the $2 billion sale of the team to Magic Johnson and his fellow investors will drive up ticket prices of this historic club.
Despite claiming this off-season’s biggest pickup in Albert Pujols, the Angeles still offer fans the chance to see great baseball without breaking the bank.
The Indians look to continue to add to last year’s success seeing an additional 11 wins from 2010 and push past AL Central powerhouse Detroit.
Pittsburgh faithful look to see the club snap its streak of 19 losing seasons.
After a late season collapse in 2011, the Braves look to rebound in Chipper Jones’s last season as a member of the team.
The team hasn’t experienced much success since 1985, but fans can make a fun day of watching from the stands and eating good barbeque.
The Astros look to bounce back in 2012 after posting the league’s worst record in 2011.
The Brew Crew captured the NL Central title last year and continue the hunt for the team’s first World Series victory.
Injuries plagued the Twins in 2011, but fans still came out in droves with attendance of more than three million fans for the second year in a row--not bad for a team founded back in 1894.
The return of Stephen Strasburg boasts well for a club that looks to finish above .500 for the first time since relocating to the nation’s capital.
Check out which teams make watching America’s pastime from the bleachers a reasonable family outing.