Where does Great American Ball Park rank when it comes to cheap beer at MLB ballparks?

With the summer heat coming, many baseball fans will be reaching for their favorite brew to keep cool.

However, Cincinnati Reds fans may be surprised at how much they're paying for a pint of their favorite beer.

Team Marketing compared prices for a small beer at all the Major League Baseball Stadiums, and the Reds were in the bottom third when it comes to price per ounce.

The study took into account not just the cost, but also the size of small, cheap beers.

At $5.50 per glass, (and 12 ounces in the glass,) the cost per ounce at GABP is $0.46. That puts the Reds at toward the bottom of the pile when it comes to cost.

The Los Angeles Angels, Arizona Diamondbacks and Texas Rangers notched the top three spots when it comes to affordability.

Cleveland baseball fans also enjoy some of the cheapest beer in the league, according to a study. Indians fans pay $4 for 12 ounces putting their price per ounce $0.33.

Check out the infographic below to see all the prices.

h/t Business Insider

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