Be in the same/right ballpark - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
be in the same/right ballpark
be in the same ballpark
To be close to a specific cost or amount. I will only sell the house if the buyer's offer is in the same ballpark as the price I want to get. No, the salary isn't as high as I had hoped, but I accepted it because it's in the same ballpark at least.
be in the same/right ˈballpark (especially American English) be within the same/the right area or range of figures, etc: The offers for the contract were all in the same ballpark.