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How much does it cost to propose at MLB ballparks?

If you love baseball almost as much as you love your significant other, why not propose at the ballpark? It'll cost you though! 

All proceeds of a MLB stadium proposal go to charity, according to these stats compiled by Swimmingly.com and proposal packages vary from ballpark to ballpark.

Check out these packages to see how much it would cost to propose at the home of your favorite team. And here's to hoping you don't strike out!

Cincinnati Reds, Great American Ballpark - Good news for Reds fans! Proposing at GABP is one of the cheapest options in MLB. For 50 bucks you can pop the question with a message displayed on the scoreboard, or even have a sign with the question delivered by Rosie Red.

Los Angeles Dodgers, Dodger Stadium - You can buy an engagement ring for less money than it costs to propose at Dodger Stadium. At $2,500, it's the most expensive proposal option at an MLB ballpark, but they'll feature the question-popping live on their video board.

St. Louis Cardinals, Busch Stadium - Cardinals fans don't have the option of an in-game proposal, but asking the question inside the ballpark will still cost a pretty penny. For $500 you can get a private tour of the stadium that ends on the field with the question displayed on the big screen.

Cleveland Indians, Progressive Field - In what Swimmingly.com calls one of the most romantic options, Indians fans can propose on field during a fireworks display, but it'll cost $400.

Yankees, Yankee Stadium - Yankees fans are loyal to their team and their lovers. So with so many of them vying to propose at Yankee Stadium, the ballpark had to limit a 10 proposal per game policy. It costs $100 to display the question on the scoreboard.

Pittsburgh Pirates, PNC Park - Another affordable option is PNC Park where Pirates fans can display their message on the scoreboard for $38.50. 

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