PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Pittsburgh Pirates winning season means the price of tickets are going up slightly.

In 2013, the team says the average cost of a ticket was $17.21.

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That is third lowest in Major League Baseball according to a Pirates marketing report.

For 2014, the price will increase to an average of $18.32, which the team says will still be the fourth lowest in baseball.

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The team says season ticket holders will receive the greatest savings from individual ticket prices.

The Pirates 23 sellouts this season were a new PNC Park single-season record, surprassing the 2001 mark of 19 sellouts.

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