Most, least expensive MLB ballpark beers

AT&T Park is seen during a baseball game between the San Francisco Giants and the Boston Red Sox in San Francisco, Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

August 29, 2013 2:24:31 PM PDT
Going to a baseball game can be pricey especially if you buy a beer or two. A sports marketing firm has now calculated which Major League ballparks charge the most for a brew.

The firm concluded that Boston's Fenway is home to the most expensive brew. Beers there run $9.60 on average for a 16-ounce pour. That's 60 cents an ounce.

At AT&T Park in San Francisco, patrons pay an average of 42 cents an ounce. That comes out to about $6.70 for a 16-ounce beer.

At Oakland's O.Co Coliseum, beers go for 36 cents an ounce, or about $5.70 for the same beer.

The cheapest ballpark beer is found at in Anaheim, the home of the Los Angeles Angels. Fans pay just 28 cents an ounce; just under $4.50 for a beer.