Five Great Places To See a Baseball Game in Chicago (Without Paying Major League Prices)

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Chicagomag.com recently released an article ranking the top 5 places to watch a baseball game outside of Wrigley and US Celluar.

The Sox can’t hit and the Cubs never do. But fear not, local baseball fans. There are plenty of other venues where Chicagoans can watch the national pastime played well, and for pennies on the MLB dollar.

Here are five of the best options in and around the city:

# 2 The Chicago Catholic League

The Chicago Catholic League is the 14-team conference of Chicago's top all-male Catholic high schools. They can play, too.

Three local schools rank among the top five of

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Sean Duncan’s Sun-Times’ prep baseball rankings: Blue division rivals St. Rita of Cascia High School, St. Laurence High School out in Burbank, and Mount Carmel High School, just south of U of C. Elsewhere in the league, Providence and Brother Rice are never easy to beat.

The remaining regular season schedule is here. A good one to consider: On Saturday, May 11, the Mount Carmel Caravan travels to play the St. Rita Mustangs, a game that could very well decide who wins the conference title.

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