Breaking down baseball beer, by the ounce

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While the Cubs (.421) and White Sox (.424) battle it out for the bottom of the barrel, a decidedly more interesting baseball metric is up for debate: how much does each team charge for one ounce of beer?

Sports marketing publisher Team Marketing Report has done the legwork to give us an answer. Both of Chicago’s teams fall in the top half of the rankings, with a Wrigley beer costing $0.45 an ounce (#9) edging out the Cell’s $0.41 (#14).

A follow-up study weighting beer quality is probably needed, if only so we can finally settle the true crosstown classic: Pilsner Urquell vs. Old Style.

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[Team Marketing Report]

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