Avg. Ticket Price:
$65.24 W-L past 10 years:
49.4% (15th highest) Championships Past 10 Years:
None Avg. Home Attendance:
The Chicago Cubs are the fourth-most valuable team in baseball, with an estimated value of $879 million. Despite not winning a single World Series Championship in the past 103 years, the team retains a loyal fan base. An average of 37,258 fans came to Wrigley Field each game in 2011 and secondary-market buyers paid over $65 a ticket, more than all but three of the 30 major league fan bases. Even more impressive is the fact that the Cubs draw such a huge crowd while being the only major league team to play the majority of their home games during the day, when many fans are at work. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) More From 24/7 Wall Street
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