By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Phillies finished an MLB-worst 63-99 last season. This year, Vegas projects them to be baseball’s worst team, once again.

Still, Citizens Bank Park is regarded as one of baseball’s best and expensive parks. According to gobankingrates.com, catching a home Phillies game is the 10th most expensive MLB in-game experience.

As noted by gobankingrates.com, two tickets ($43.49), two hot dogs ($7.50), two beers ($15.50), and parking ($16) would run you $82.49. While the ticket and parking prices are relatively average, $7.75 for a beer is the most expensive price in Major League Baseball.

The most expensive MLB experience is at Fenway Park, which would run you $157 for the above package. The cheapest experience would be to go see baseball’s best player and Millville, NJ native Mike Trout (for now, wink wink) during a Los Angeles Angels game, which would cost just $47.60.