Avg. Ticket Price:
$71.89 W-L Past 10 Years:
49.9% (13th highest) Championships Past 10 Years:
None Avg. Home Attendance:
The Toronto Blue Jays are a curious addition to this list. The only MLB team to play outside of the U.S., the Jays lofty secondary prices do not seem to be consistent with their play on the field, or the demand for Rogers Centre tickets. At an average cost of $71.89, Toronto has the second-most expensive resale ticket in baseball, this despite their averaging of 22,445 fans per game, the sixth lowest in the MLB. Further confusing matters is their 808-811 record over the past decade and their $413 million valuation, sixth worst in the MLB. The Blue Jays do however, have the ninth-highest operating income in baseball. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara) More From 24/7 Wall Street
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