It's not easy being a Colorado Rockies fan.

In March, sports betters predicted the team would have a bad 2023 season — and unfortunately, those guesses appear to be coming true. It's even been a rough year for Dinger.

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However, new research shows the Colorado Rockies might have one good thing going for them...sort of.

Betway Insider recently analyzed MLB stadiums to see which ones have the cheapest beer — and Coors Field, the home of the Colorado Rockies, is in first place.

According to the website, beer at Coors Field has consistently cost an average of $4.00 since 2018, and Betway Insider doesn't expect that price to increase in the years to come.

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Others aren't as lucky as Rockies fans — Betway Insider estimates that fans of the Baltimore Orioles, San Francisco Giants, Boston Red Sox, and Chicago Cubs will all be paying over $14.00 for beer by 2027.

The website notes that Coors Field also offers relatively affordable tickets, food, and parking, making the Colorado Rockies the 24th cheapest team to be a fan of in the U.S.

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So, this may not actually be good news for the team, but at least fans can drink Colorado Rockies' losses away at a reasonable price — responsibly, of course.

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