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How to See All 30 MLB Teams for Under $150 After the All-Star Break

Published Jun 28, 2018 / by Tyler Perkowitz

When I read stories about fans that see every ballpark in the MLB, it makes me wish I had a summer off to do a bucket list item like that.  Here at, we decided to create our own bucket list trip to see how much (and how crazy) it would be to see all 30 MLB teams after this year's All-Star game.  Beyond that, how efficient could we be with the price and location of the games?   It took many failed attempts and crumpled up pieces of paper to land on a final solution, but what we came up with was one dream trip for a reasonable price!

That's 30 teams, 15 games, 15 ballparks, and 1 awesome trip.

To be clear, $150 covers the baseball games only!  You're on your own for travel expenses!  

7/26 Kansas City Royals @ New York Yankees Yankee Stadium - New York $14
8/1 Cleveland Indians @ Minnesota Twins Target Field - Minneapolis $11
8/6 Detroit Tigers @ Los Angeles Angels Angel Stadium - Anaheim $6
8/7 Los Angeles Dodgers @ Oakland Athletics Oakland Coliseum - Oakland $19
8/9 Pittsburgh Pirates @ San Francisco Giants AT&T Stadium - San Francisco $5
8/24 Philadelphia Phillies @ Toronto Blue Jays Rogers Centre - Toronto $8
8/26 Seattle Mariners @ Arizona Diamondbacks Chase Field - Phoenix $9
Chicago Cubs @ Atlanta Braves SunTrust Park - Atlanta $16
9/2 Boston Red Sox @ Chicago White Sox Guaranteed Rate Field - Chicago $5
9/6 San Diego Padres @ Cincinnati Reds Great American Ballpark - Cincinnati $5
9/10 Miami Marlins @ New York Mets Citi Field - New York $5
9/17 Tampa Bay Rays @ Texas Rangers Globe Life Park - Arlington $4
9/24 Milwaukee Brewers @ St. Louis Cardinals Busch Stadium - St. Louis $3
9/27 Houston Astros @ Baltimore Orioles Oriole Park at Camden Yards - Baltimore $6
9/29 Washington Nationals @ Colorado Rockies Coors Field - Denver $11

Total Price: $127

Featured Match-ups

8/9 - Pittsburgh Pirates @ San Francisco Giants - Why is this a intriguing match-up? In the off-season the Pirates traded away one of the biggest players of their franchise, Andrew McCutchin, to the Giants. 

8/26 - Seattle Mariners @ Arizona Diamondbacks - Both of these teams seemingly will be in the playoff picture come late August when games start to become a little more important.  Mix that with the fact that it is an inter-league game and this game is a highlight of the trip.

9/2 - Boston Red Sox @ Chicago White Sox - Battle of the Sox. The White Sox traded away pitching ace, Chris Sale, before the 2017 season.  In return, they got high-end prospects Yoan Moncada and Michael Kopech. By early September, it is possible for all members of the trade to be on the field at the same time, creating an interesting story-line for this game.

9/24 - Milwaukee Brewers @ St. Louis Cardinals - Division games are always important, but this one has the potential to be season changing.  At least one of these teams will be in playoff contention, if not both. In what looks to be a tight Central Division, all national league playoff contenders will most likely be paying attention to the outcome of this game.

If you head to any, or all, of these games, let us know!  And be sure to Rate Your Seats after the game!