So far, it’s been a good season for baseball in California. The Los Angeles Angels and Los Angeles Dodgers sit atop their divisions and the San Francisco Giants are only two and a half games behind their division rivals in the south.
What’s better? When fans go to the ballpark to watch at two of these teams, they will be greeted by some of the cheapest beer in Major League Baseball, if they so choose.
Based on data collected by The Marketing Report and published by VinePair.com, the Angels have the cheapest beer per ounce in the league at 28 cents. A 16-ounce beer at Angel Stadium costs you only $4.50, a steal when compared to the rest of the league. Coming in at fourth cheapest, the Dodgers provide a good drinking value at 31 cents per ounce on a 20-ounce beer that will run you $6.25.
But cheap beer isn’t a perk while watching the defending World Series champs. The San Francisco Giants charge fans $7 for a 14-ounce beer, the third most expensive brew per ounce in the Bigs.
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The Oakland A’s, who are near the bottom of their division, are in the middle of the pack when it comes to beer prices with a 42-cents-per-ounce price tag.
The worst value in the league? The Boston Red Sox. The cheapest 12-ounce beer at Fenway Stadium costs $7.75.
According to the data, the average cost of a cheap beer around the league is 40 cents per ounce.
You can see the entire breakdown of prices HERE.