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Minor League Baseball Sees Cost Of Family Attendance Climb Slightly

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Minor League Baseball said today the average cost for a family of four to attend a game in the affiliated minors this year is $62.52, up $1.29 from a year ago. Triple-A was predictably the most expensive designation with an average of $70.03, with short season Single-A and Rookie levels the cheapest at $56.37. "When stacked up against other professional sports leagues and family entertainment options, Minor League Baseball proves year after year that it provides the most bang for your buck," MiLB President Pat O'Conner said in a statement.
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