As we start another week of baseball action, , the Red Sox continue to the top spot for most demanded tickets. Nearly $6.00 more on average than the second place Cubs, the Red Sox hold a commanding lead on the rest of the MLB. As they are currently leading the AL East, this is no big surprise.
What is surprising, however, is how much less the Sox biggest rival’s tickets are selling for. Despite being only 2 games behind the Red Sox in the division, Yankees’ ticket prices trail the leaders by $25. This puts them in the 10th slot, 2 spots lower than their crosstown competition, the Mets.  Yankees ticket prices have been declining steadily since the end of Jeter’s 3000 hit mania.
Here are the full rankings:
  1. Boston Red Sox $83.13
  2. Chicago Cubs   $77.38
  3. Philadelphia Phillies $69.39
  4. Baltimore Orioles  $68.91
  5. San Francisco Giants $67.65
  6. Toronto Blue Jays $66.96
  7. Chicago White Sox $66.93
  8. New York Mets $64.53
  9. Minnesota Twins $61.29
  10. New York Yankees $58.44
  11. Pittsburgh Pirates $47.32
  12. St. Louis Cardinals $46.31
  13. Milwaukee Brewers $46.18
  14. Arizona Diamondbacks $46.01
  15. Detroit Tigers $43.58
  16. Seattle Mariners $41.26
  17. Texas Rangers $39.71
  18. Oakland Athletics $38.84
  19. Houston Astros $37.28
  20. San Diego Padres $36.98
  21. Washington Nationals $35.72
  22. Colorado Rockies $32.77
  23. Tampa Bay Rays  $31.89
  24. Atlanta Braves  $30.11
  25. Los Angeles Angels  $29.66
  26. Cleveland Indians  $29.56
  27. Kansas City Royals  $29.36
  28. Los Angeles Dodgers  $28.26
  29. Cincinnati Reds  $25.68
  30. Florida Marlins  $24.80