Progressive Field Sells Some of the Cheapest Beer in the Major Leagues

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A new study by Business Insider reveals that the Cleveland Indians sell some of the cheapest beer in the major leagues.

A small draft beer at Progressive Field will only set you back $4.00 — that's $1.98 cheaper than the national average.

Cleveland's low prices are matched only by the Arizona Diamondbacks, who also sell their suds for $4, though game-goers walk away with two ounces more at Chase Field.

Here's the data, right from BI:



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