Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Dylan Cease (84) throws against the Minnesota Twins during the first inning of a baseball game Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Mark Black)

While getting hammered at Major League Baseball games is an American tradition, a new study reveals one team’s fans consume more beer at a typical game than any other. The study of MLB’s “Booziest Baseball Fans” found the average Chicago White Sox attendee downs 4.2 beers per game at a cost of $46 — earning the team’s fans the number one spot on the list. By comparison, fans of Chicago’s other MLB team — the Cubs — drink an average of 3.4 beers per game, placing them at number 14 on the list, according to NJ Online Gambling. Apparently, some White Sox fans don’t start tipping them back until they’re in the ballpark. They rank number 3 on the list of “Biggest Pregamers,” behind fans of the Toronto Blue Jays and St. Louis Cardinals, the study reveals. Do you always get a little drunk at sporting events?

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