Compared to other MLB team experiences, going to a Diamondbacks game is relatively cheap. We're the envy of the Red Sox, the Cubs and the Yankees for sure.

GoBankingRates.com ranked the most and least expensive stadiums for MLB fans to watch a ball game. They looked at the cost of two tickets, two hot dogs, two beers, and parking.

The Diamondbacks ranked 3rd cheapest at $57.93. That’s $34.43 for a pair of tickets, $5.50 for two hot dogs, $8 for two beers and $10 for parking.

The list:

  1. Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park: $157
  2. Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field: $116.06
  3. New York Yankees, Yankee Stadium: $109.40
  4. Toronto Blue Jays, Rogers Centre: $109.38
  5. Seattle Mariners, Safeco Field: $94.71
  6. New York Mets, Citi Field: $94.19
  7. San Francisco Giants, AT&T Park: $90.81
  8. Kansas City Royals, Kauffman Stadium: $89.40
  9. Washington Nationals, Nationals Park: $85.90
  10. Philadelphia Phillies, Citizens Bank: $82.49
  11. St. Louis Cardinals, Busch Stadium: $81.30
  12. Milwaukee Brewers, Miller Park: $80
  13. Cleveland Indians, Progressive Field: $76.40
  14. Detroit Tigers, Comerica Park: $70.60
  15. Tampa Bay Rays, Tropicana Field: $69.11
  16. Chicago White Sox, U.S. Cellular Field: $68.45
  17. Houston Astros, Minute Maid Park: $66.23
  18. Miami Marlins, Marlins Park: $65.93
  19. San Diego Padres, Petco Park: $65.80
  20. Baltimore Orioles, Oriole Park at Camden Yards: $65.63
  21. Texas Rangers, Globe Life Park: $65.60
  22. Atlanta Braves, Turner Field: $65.34
  23. Oakland Athletics, O.co Coliseum: $63.71
  24. Pittsburgh Pirates, PNC Park: $62.43
  25. Cincinnati Reds, Great American Ball Park: $61.30
  26. Minnesota Twins, Target Field: $60.40
  27. Colorado Rockies, Coors Field: $59.30
  28. Arizona Diamondbacks, Chase Field: $57.93
  29. Los Angeles Dodgers, Dodger Stadium: $55.10
  30. Los Angeles Angels, Angel Stadium: $47.60