June 2, 2015 2:12 PM EDT

The personal finance site Wallet Hub has published a survey ranking cities that are the most fun for fans of professional or college baseball. The list was compiled based on an analysis of 272 of the most populated U.S. cities — cities that had at least one college baseball or Major League Baseball team — and the most heavily weighted factors were the number of MLB/NCAA Division 1 baseball teams, performance level of those teams, average ticket price for those games and “fan friendliness and engagement.” The full list is here, but you can see a glimpse below:

The 10 best cities for baseball fans:

1. St. Louis, MO
2. Pittsburgh, PA
3. Cincinnati, OH
4. Atlanta, GA
5. Cleveland, OH
6. Stanford, CA
7. Cullowhee, NC
8. Anaheim, CA
9. Oakland, CA
10. Minneapolis, MN

The 10 worst cities for baseball fans:

1. Providence, RI
2. San Jose, CA
3. Jersey City, NJ
4. Fort Wayne, IN
5. Evanston, IL
6. Teaneck, NJ
7. West Hartfood, CT, and Colorado Springs, CO
8. Stockton, CA
9. Portland, OR
10. Newark, NJ

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