New York Yankees Tickets

New York Yankees Tickets
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Yankee Stadium
1 E 161st St.
Bronx, NY 10451
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718-293-4300

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161st Street – Yankee Stadium

About the New York Yankees

Truly there is no experience that can compare to watching a New York Yankees baseball game at Yankee Stadium. With 27 World Series championships, 40 American League pennants, and an all-time regular season winning percentage of .568, the New York Yankees are arguably the best baseball team in the United States. Some of the best baseball players in Major League history, including Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, and Yogi Berra, played for the New York Yankees, and 44 Yankees have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

New York Yankee Tickets

Tickets to New York Yankees games should be purchased in advance, as games often sell out and good seats go quickly. Yankee tickets are sold before the start of the season and can be purchased safely and in advance online. Please see below for ticket options.

The New Yankee Stadium

The New 2010 Yankee Stadium, home of the New York Yankees

The New Yankee Stadium - home of the New York Yankees

Having served the NY Yankees for over 85 years, the original Yankee Stadium was demolished in 2010 to make room for Heritage Field. Now the New York Yankees play at another, larger, $2.3 billion baseball park, also called Yankee Stadium. The new Yankee Stadium contains 63% more space than the old Yankee Stadium NY and features wider concourses and open views. Many of the distinguishing features of the original Yankee Stadium, such as the frieze that lined the stadium roof, have been replicated. The new center field scoreboard boasts 5,925 square feet of viewing area and can display up to four 1080p high definition images simultaneously. Over $10 million of baseball merchandise is housed within the new Yankee Stadium.

  • Gates at Yankee Stadium open at 10am for regular-season day games and 4pm for regular-season night games.
  • Backpacks, briefcases, large purses, bags, coolers, glass or plastic bottles and cans, laser pens, video cameras, laptop computers, firearms or knives, beach balls, and blow horns are not allowed in Yankee Stadium. Diaper bags, small children's backpacks, and small purses are permitted.
  • Yankee Stadium does not allow guests to leave and then re-enter the facility.

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New York Yankees Recent Year Team Roster - Can You Guess The Year?

Dellin BetancesPitcher Andrew BrackmanPitcher
A.J. BurnettPitcher Joba ChamberlainPitcher
Pedro FelicianoPitcher Robert FishPitcher
Steve GarrisonPitcher Phil HughesPitcher
Boone LoganPitcher Damaso MartePitcher
Sergio MitrePitcher Hector NoesiPitcher
Ivan NovaPitcher Ryan PopePitcher
Mariano RiveraPitcher David RobertsonPitcher
CC SabathiaPitcher Romulo SanchezPitcher
Brian SchlitterPitcher Daniel TurpenPitcher
Francisco CervelliCatcher Russell MartinCatcher
Jorge PosadaCatcher Robinson CanoInfielder
Reegie CoronaInfielder Derek JeterInfielder
Brandon LairdInfielder Eduardo NunezInfielder
Ramiro PenaInfielder Alex RodriguezInfielder
Mark TeixeiraInfielder Colin CurtisOutfielder
Brett GardnerOutfielder Greg GolsonOutfielder
Curtis GrandersonOutfielder Melky MesaOutfielder
Jordan ParrazOutfielder Kevin RussoOutfielder
Nick SwisherOutfielder   

Restaurants near Yankee Stadium

There are plenty of good restaurants near Yankee Stadium. Besides the 25 fixed and 112 moveable concession stands, which offer, among other things, hot dogs and beer, Yankee Stadium features a Hard Rock Cafe inside the stadium and a New York steakhouse beyond right field. The food court located near Section 126 on the Field Level offers Boar's Head deli sandwiches, Famous Famiglia pizza, and exotic Asian cuisine. The Mohegan Sun Sports Bar is located above Monument Park in center field. Celebrity chefs occasionally make appearances at the restaurants near Yankee Stadium to help prepare food for Yankees fans.

Alcohol at Yankee Stadium

Guests of Yankee Stadium must be at least 21 years old to purchase alcohol, and there is a limit of two beers per person, per sale from the concession stands and one beer per person, per sale from vendors in the seating area. Also, be aware that the sale of alcoholic beverages in the seating area will end two hours after the start of the game or in the middle of the seventh inning, whichever comes first. Sale of alcoholic beverages at all other locations in Yankee Stadium NYC will end at the conclusion of the seventh inning.

The Yankees Museum

Located on the lower level at Gate 6 of Yankee Stadium, the Yankees Museum NY is a popular NYC attraction for New York Yankees fans. Here, Yankees fans can pay tribute to Don Larsen's perfect 1956 World Series game, admire the "Ball Wall," where hundreds of baseballs autographed by the Yankees are displayed, and view a facsimile of a current locker from the Yankees' clubhouse and the authentic locker of Thurman Munson.

Video Board Messages at Yankee Stadium

The Yankees Win display at the New Yankee Stadium

The Yankees Win display at the New Yankee Stadium

If you have a special occasion to celebrate, consider displaying a message on the Left Center Field Video Board at Yankee Stadium. Note that messages are limited to four basic greetings: "Happy Birthday," "Yankees Welcome," "Happy Anniversary," and "Congratulations." Messages may include only first and last names. Each message costs around $10 last time we checked and you must request in advance. See http://newyork.yankees.mlb.com/nyy/ballpark/stadium_messages.jsp for more details.

History of the New York Yankees

Retired Jerseys in the New York Yankee Museum in New York

Retired Jerseys in the New York Yankee Museum in New York

Originally known as the Baltimore Oriels, this beloved American baseball team was first founded in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1901. Two years later the team moved to New York City, where for ten years they were known as the New York Highlanders. Between 1919 and 1923, many famous baseball players, including Babe Ruth, Wally Schang, Everett Scott, Carl Mays, Waite Hoyt, Joe Bush, and Sam Jones, were traded to the NY Yankees by Harry Frazee, owner of the Boston Red Sox, who used the money from the trades to pay off his significant debts. These trades would haunt the Red Sox for the next 86 years, during which time they won not a single World Series championship.

In 1923, the New York Yankees moved from the Polo Grounds, then the home of the New York Giants, to the newly built Yankee Stadium NY, the first triple-deck baseball stadium in the United States. At that time one of the largest baseball stadiums in the world, Yankee Stadium boasted a maximum seating capacity of 58,000. Crowds of this size were typical in the mid- to late 1920s, when legendary pitcher-turned-outfielder Babe Ruth was on the rise. Ruth’s popularity at that time was such that the first Yankee Stadium was nicknamed “The House That Ruth Built.”

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