Want a last-minute ticket to the Field of Dreams game? Get ready to pay up

The highest prices on the secondary market are in the $4,000 range.

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Craig Kimbrel and the White Sox will wear throwback uniforms in the Field of Dreams game.

Craig Kimbrel and the White Sox will wear throwback uniforms in the Field of Dreams game.

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Tickets to Thursday’s Field of Dreams game look to be among the most-expensive ever for a regular-season Major League Baseball game, according to ticket resale site TickPick.

As of Wednesday afternoon, the average ticket price on TickPick for the White Sox-Yankees game in Dyersville, Iowa, is $1,326.19. The most expensive ticket is $3,972; the least expensive is $1,220.

Tickets listed on StubHub ranged from $999 to $4,400.

If you’d rather keep that money in your pocket, the game will be broadcast at 6 p.m. on Fox-32. 

MLB built a park with capacity for about 8,000 fans on the site. The game,   near where the famous Kevin Costner-James Earl Jones movie “Field of Dreams” was filmed, will be the first regular-season major-league game played in Iowa.

Both teams will be wearing uniforms matching the era depicted in the movie. The Sox will wear white jerseys with navy blue pinstripes and a throwback “SOX” logo on the front. The pinstriped caps will not have a logo on them.

The Yankees will sport gray jerseys with “New York” in navy blue lettering across the chest and the familiar “NY” logo on the caps.

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