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Minor League Baseball Tickets

Get ready to see the future stars of Major League Baseball with your MiLB tickets from TicketSmarter. Minor League Baseball is the organization of professional minor league teams that are affiliated with Major League Baseball teams. The MiLB is made up of four levels of baseball that have their own individual leagues. Prior to 2021, the leagues all featured unique names and fit into the Triple-A, Double-A, Class A, Rookie Advanced and Rookie classifications. Major League Baseball realigned the minor league teams, leagues and classifications in early 2021 with 120 teams evenly split into the Triple-A, Double-A, High-A and Low-A classifications. 

The Triple-A level of Minor League Baseball is made up of two leagues, the Triple-A East and Triple-A West. Triple-A is the highest classification of the MiLB and the players competing at that level are usually on the cusp of making it to the major leagues. The Double-A, High-A, and Low-A levels of the minor leagues are each made up of three leagues. Various Rookie and Partner independent baseball leagues such as the Arizona League, American Association, Frontier League and Pioneer league also exist outside of the MiLB hierarchy. Hit a homer this baseball season by buying your MiLB tickets at TicketSmarter!

MiLB Ticket Prices

Minor League Baseball tickets are very affordable compared to tickets to MLB games. MiLB ticket prices will fluctuate during the season based on a number of factors including how well each team is performing, the number of games left on the schedule, seating location at the ballpark and the city’s support for the team. Highly successful minor league franchises like the Rochester Red Wings and Sacramento River Cats may have higher ticket prices than other teams in their league.

How much are MiLB tickets?

MiLB tickets at the Triple-A level will generally start at prices around $20. The average price of Triple-A baseball tickets will usually be in the $30 to $40 range. Tickets for Double-A, High-A and Low-A minor league games will typically be cheaper than Triple-A games. Similar to major league ballparks, seats located behind home plate are considered the best seats and will fetch a higher price. Fans looking for cheap Triple-A tickets should check out seats near or in the outfield as those will be the least expensive options.

MiLB Dates & Schedule

The MiLB schedule will vary depending on the classification of each league and team. Teams competing in the Triple-A East and Triple-A West leagues will play 142 regular season games throughout the season. Teams at the Double-A, High-A and Low-A levels will play a 120-game regular season. Triple-A teams will typically begin their seasons in early April, while teams in the other classifications will start the season in early May. All levels of Minor League Baseball will schedule multiple games a week throughout the summer and leading into early fall.

MiLB League System


  • Triple-A East
  • Triple-A West


  • Double-A Central
  • Double-A Northeast
  • Double-A South


  • High-A Central
  • High-A East
  • High-A West


  • Low-A East
  • Low-A Southeast
  • Low-A West

When do MiLB tickets go on sale?

MiLB tickets will go on sale a few months in advance of the start of the season. Minor League Baseball tickets will be available shortly after each league finalizes the season schedules for each team. Be sure to check the event listings on TicketSmarter’s virtual ticket office so you don’t miss out on the next big matchup for your favorite team.

MiLB Seating Chart

MiLB seating charts are very similar to major league ballparks, but on a smaller scale. In general, Triple-A baseball stadiums feature a seating capacity that can accommodate anywhere between 5,000 and 16,600 fans. Ballparks at the Double-A level will typically hold 5,000 to 12,000 spectators. Fans looking at seating charts of High-A and Low-A games will find that the seating charts have a capacity for 2,500 to 11,000 baseball fans. 

The majority of MiLB ballparks are single-level stadiums with seating all around the infield and sometimes in the outfield. Some of the bigger minor league ballparks such as Sahlen Field in Buffalo and Smith's Ballpark in Salt Lake City feature two levels of seating due to the larger capacity of the stadium. TicketSmarter’s interactive seating maps will have accurate Minor League Baseball seating charts for every team and stadium in the minor leagues.

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