Price of Cheapest Section:
$7.96 2012 W/L Record:
50-41 (9th highest) Stadium Seating Capacity:
45,957 (10th highest) Avg. home game attendance:
37,211 (9th highest)
Owners of the Angels and its crosstown rivals, the Dodgers, have 101,957 seats to fill between them 81 times a season. The Los Angeles metropolitan area, second in number of households to New York, helps in building a sizable fan base. This year, those fans may find games much more exciting this since the Angels are on track to make the playoffs. But cheap tickets also may help attendance at Angel Stadium, where more 37,000 people attend the average home game. The team has managed to fill an average of 82% of the seats in home games this season, better than all but two teams on this list. Tickets cost $36.53 on average, but if you are willing to sit up high, you can snag a seat for $7.96 in section 535. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon) More From 24/7 Wall Street
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