Game 1 of the World Series starts tonight between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians. In honor of the big game, the personal-financeers at WalletHub crunched some numbers to determine the best U.S. cities to live in for baseball fans. The company compared 361 of the largest cities (each with at least one professional or college baseball team) and looked at a bunch of indicators including ticket prices and stadium accessibility. New York City, no surprise, came out on top. On the bottom? Jersey City, New Jersey.
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