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Yankee Stadium tickets have jumped to an average of $252 for the remaining seven home games of the regular season, as fans try to catch a chance to see Aaron Judge tie—and possibly break—Roger Maris’ American League single-season home run record.

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The average list price on the secondary market for Yankees’ home games has topped $250, up 121% from August 29, when Judge hit his 50th home run of the season, according to data from sales platform TicketiQ seen by Forbes.

Tickets are most expensive for games against the division-rival Boston Red Sox this weekend, with the average secondary market list price reaching $382 for Saturday’s game, followed by Friday’s game ($299), Sunday’s game ($287) and the game on Thursday ($278), while ticket prices are lower for the final three games against the Baltimore Orioles.

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