In a city where the major league ball club has gradually become one of the hottest attractions in the sport, it helps to have another baseball outlet where you can find many former and aspiring major leaguers at a minor league price. Six seasons into their existence at Constellation Field in Sugar Land, the Sugar Land Skeeters have been giving Houstonians tremendous value every night at the park. With outfield lawn seats for just $9, and reserved box seats for as low as $15, it's easy to bring the entire family to a Skeeters game without breaking the bank. Additionally, eating and drinking at the ol' ball game don't require donating a figurative kidney, as may be required at a big-league park. Beer, soda and hot dogs are reasonably priced, and the Wells Fargo Picnic Plaza provides an all-you-can-eat buffet included in the ticket price for, at most, $36 per adult ticket on weekends (youth ticket, $31 on weekends). Finally, throw in the extra attractions, like an outfield playground and a swimming pool (great for company events and birthday parties), and it's easy to see why so many fans in this area have made independent league baseball their live baseball genre of choice.