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The Real Cost of a Baseball Pilgrimage

By Judith Sjo-Gaber - 2012-06-09T17:34:12Z

Photograph by Mike McGinnis/Getty Images

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Fourth Stop -- Miller Park, Milwaukee

Arrive in Milwaukee after a 2-hour drive. Even if you have cheap seats, you can roam just about anywhere in the stadium. The home of the Milwaukee Brewers, Miller Park opened in 2001 and features a retractable dome roof with seven panels. It opens and closes like a fan in about 10 minutes, so there is never a rainout.

$60: Brewers game. Field Infield Box ($55) plus service charge ($5.25)
$2: Score card
$10: Parking
$2: Score card
$28: Brewers batting practice cap
$7: Boiled Weisswurst (a Bavarian sausage)
$12: Two beers

Running Tally: $1,673