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YANKEE STADIUM: New York Yankees
New Yankee Stadium opened in ‘09 when it replaced arguably the most famous ballpark in the history of baseball.
Often referred to as The House That Jeter Built, Yankee Stadium is one of the most impressive venues to catch a sporting event in the world. It was built at a cost of $1.5 billion and features amenities found at few other parks in the country, You can find great Yankees tickets to see the Bronx Bombers play in any of their upcoming games.
As is expected, Yankee Stadium tickets are often among the most expensive and difficult to find of any team in Major League Baseball. With tremendous star power on the field and an incredible atmosphere inside the stadium, its no wonder that the Yankees attract so many fans to each and every one of their home games. Many of the traditional Yankee Stadium features were built in to the newest version. The dimensions remain the same as the Old Yankee Stadium and Monument Park is also still present in center field. The architects of Yankee Stadium did a tremendous job incorporating the nostalgia of years passed with the incredible technology that has come along in recent years.
Of course, one of the primary pastimes for Yankees ticket holders is marveling at the incredible HD scoreboard in right center field. The high-definition LED scoreboard measures an incredible 59 feet by 101 feet compared to the old monitor which was only 25 feet by 33 feet and displayed only standard-definition video. With an incredible display like that its no wonder that the Yankees are able to bring so many fans to the stadium for all 81 of their regular season home games. And don’t forget the post season. The Yankees are always a threat to make it to the World Series. In the Bronx Bombers first season in their new digs, they brought home the commissioner’s trophy thanks in large part to performances by legends like Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera.
Yankees tickets are always in high demand due to the teams immense popularity. Although tickets to see a game at the new Yankee Stadium are generally higher than parks across the country, don’t expect finding a seat to come easy.
Year Built: 2009
‘12 attendance: 43,733 per game average; 3,542,406 total
Dimensions: 318 to left, 379 to left-center, 408 to center, 385 to right-center, 314 to right
Hotels Nearby: Hotel Plaza Athenee, The Carlyle, The Pierre, The Towers at The New York Palace, The Peninsula New York
Thrill of victory: Nov. 4, 2009: The New York Yankees captured the World Series title in their first season in their new home. The Yanks capped off an impressive series defeating the Philadelphia Phillies in Game 6 by a score of 7-3. Led by the performance of veteran Hideki Matsui who captured series MVP honors, the Yankees were able to win the ‘09 Fall Classic. Andy Pettitte also captured his playoff record 18th win in the victory.
Agony of defeat: Oct. 6, 2011: The Yankees looked poised to return to the ALCS in ‘11. Unfortunately for Yankees fans they were met by the Detroit Tigers, winners of the American League Central division. The series went to a decisive Game 5 where Doug Fister out dueled Ivan Nova 3-2 in front of over 50,000 fans.
Yankees Ticket Tips: The New Yankee Stadium is one of the most attractive venues in all of sports. Demand to see the Yankees is always very high so many suggest that you order your tickets early and often. The most comfortable seats with the best view in the ballpark can be found in the Legends Suite section of Yankee Stadium. If you’re looking for something a bit more affordable check out the Bleacher sections in right field.