Pro Sports – Minor League Baseball remains low-cost form of family entertainment

Minor League Baseball announces fan cost study results

lexington-legends-logoMinor League Baseball has announced the results of a study of the costs of attending games.  The average cost for a family of four to enjoy a Minor League Baseball game this season is only $64.18, a price that includes parking, two adult tickets, two child tickets, four hot dogs, two sodas, two beers and a program or scorecard.

“The Lexington Legends have always emphasized family fun at a great price,” said Legends President/CEO Andy Shea.  “and while the ‘average’ prices in this study are great, this year the Legends are offering a  special price of two dollars for hot dogs all season long.  Plus we have Kids Eat Free night every Monday, and 38-cent hot dogs on Tuesday, so there are some extra opportunities for our fans to enjoy the fun at the ballpark at a great savings.   And if you really want to save, you can sit in the bleachers for only a dollar!”

The complete release from Minor League Baseball, including average prices from each minor league classification, is attached.  The Legends are a class A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals.

www.lexingtonlegends.com

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