The Boston Red Sox would have to put together one of the most incredible September runs to be in the American League Wild Card hunt, but they are far from unwatchable as their young, athletic outfield seems to be the strongest positive takeaway from a rather disappointing season.

Mookie Betts, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Rusney Castillo will be part of successful Boston teams in the years to come, as they bring power, speed and a high level of athleticism to the Red Sox lineup night in and night out. With Xander Bogaerts cemented at shortstop, the future looks very bright for Red Sox Nation as long as they can fix their starting pitching issues. If that’s done this upcoming winter, Boston will surely be in contention for a division title next season.

But before closing the book on the 2015 campaign, the Red Sox are most likely playing the role of spoiler for teams within the AL East division or in the Wild Card race. With information from, below are the most and least expensive Red Sox tickets for the final month of the season.

9/18/2015 | Toronto Blue Jays vs. Boston Red Sox | Rogers Centre | Average Price: $154.29 | Get-in Price: $20

9/19/2015 | Toronto Blue Jays vs. Boston Red Sox | Rogers Centre | Average Price: $140.62 | Get-in Price: $23

9/20/2015 | Toronto Blue Jays vs. Boston Red Sox | Rogers Centre | Average Price: $151.42 | Get-in Price: $22

The most expensive Red Sox tickets in September are against the leaders in their division for a three-game set. Toronto’s Rogers Centre is filling up to capacity on a nightly basis, as the Blue Jays are the hottest team in the American League and appear to be well on their way to their first postseason berth since 1993. Thus, it’s an electric atmosphere every night when the Blue Jays play a home game, and the same should hold true when the Red Sox come to town. The most expensive game is on September 18, having an average ticket price of $154.29 and a get-in price of $20.

9/28—30/2015 | New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox | Yankee Stadium | Average Price: $102.94 (Three Games)

A three-game set with the Yankees is, unsurprisingly, the next set of most expensive games of the month, with the average ticket price for all three games coming out to $102.94. This is arguably the biggest rivalry in the history of baseball, and with these games having meaning for the Yankees at the end of the season, it will certainly be the usual wild atmosphere when these two clubs collide in the Bronx. The most expensive of the set is on September 28, when the average price is $108.62 while the get-in clocks in at just $22.

Least Expensive: 9/8/2015 | Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays | Fenway Park | Average Price: $37 | Get-in Price: $5 | Hat Giveaway

Getting into Fenway Park is easier during a down season, as the average ticket price is $37 with a get-in price of $5 for the least expensive game of the month, shockingly against the first-place Blue Jays. In addition, fans are receiving Boston Red Sox hats upon entrance into the stadium, making this one of the best values left on the schedule. Fans can save even more money by reserving Fenway Park parking through, with spots available starting from only $14.