Study: Coors Field fourth least expensive for Major League Baseball games

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DENVER -- The Rockies have the fourth least expensive stadium experience in Major League Baseball, according to a study done by finance website GoBankingRates.com.

The study compared the costs of two tickets, two hot dogs, two beers and parking at the 30 major league stadiums.

The Rockies' average cost was $59.30: $24.80 for tickets, $9.50 for two hot dogs, $12 for two beers and $13 for parking.

"Colorado Rockies fans pay some of the lowest admission fees, with cheaper Coors Field tickets for a season averaging $12.40 per game," GoBankingRates.com wrote. "In return, they get a good show: Coors Field is known for offering some of the best offensive baseball games in the league thanks to Denver's high altitude a mile above sea level. Coors Field's concession prices are about average, and food options include Rocky Mountain Oysters (fried bull testicles), according to Bleacher Report."

The only stadiums that are cheaper were Chase Field in Arizona ($57.93), Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles ($55.10) and Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif. ($47.60).

The top five most expensive, according to the study, are Fenway Park in Boston ($157), Wrigley Field in Chicago ($116.06), Yankee Stadium in New York ($109.40), Rogers Centre in Toronto ($109.38) and Safeco Field in Seattle ($94.71).