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10/1/15 - Fans had hoped that the New York Yankees would be able to overtake the Toronto Blue Jays in the AL Eastern Division before the season ended, but with only a few away games remaining, it does not look promising. Regardless, the Yankees have done exceptionally well. They are the number eight team, which puts them right at the lower edge of teams with a chance to make it to the postseason. Fans are hopeful, and the Yankees really do have a good chance of competing in the American League Division Series or the World Series. Perhaps these last few games will give them the edge they need to pad their chances.
9/24/15 - For the past couple of weeks the New York Yankees have been going back and forth between wins and losses and never getting on a good winning streak. Despite the ups and downs, the Yankees have won their last four of six games. On September 24, the Yankees took on the Chicago White Sox to start their series of three games. The Yankees had a magical third inning, when Carlos Beltran belted a huge home run to bring in three runs. The White Sox were able to answer to two of those runs in later innings, but didn’t pull off the third and final run to tie the game. Watch the two teams compete again on September 25. Tickets are still available and start at $17 each.
9/16/15 - The New York Yankees are three games behind the Toronto Blue Jays for the top spot in the AL East division. They finally broke a long losing streak when they shut out the Blue Jays to win the final game in the series. Then, they went 2-1 in a three game series against the Rays. The first game against the Rays appeared to be going in the Rays favor after they scored a run in the bottom of the eighth. However, the Yankees finally found their magic when Alex Rodriguez had an RBI double and then Slade Heathcott hit a three run homer with two outs in the ninth. The Yankees next face their long-time rivals the Mets for three games that start on the 17th. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $38.
9/10/15 - The New York Yankees continue through their series of home games. With their recent three-game and two-game winning streaks, they have managed to win five of their last eight games, which is not bad at all. The first Toronto Blue Jays game was postponed, which means only four home games remain before they head out on the road. If you are hoping to catch the Yankees in action before September 24th, when they return, this is your last chance to reserve your tickets. Your final opportunity to see them live will be on September 13th. Tickets for that game are available starting at $15. You will not want to miss a minute of the action when the Yankees are on a roll like this one.
9/4/15 - Once again, the New York Yankees are one of the dominating professional baseball teams this season. They are currently in second place in the AL East division and follow closely behind the Toronto Blue Jays by just two wins and one loss. The Yankees have been hard to beat this season due to their offense putting a lot of numbers up on the scoreboard. This occurred again on September 2 when the Yankees competed against the Boston Red Sox. The second inning was when the Yankees caught on fire, bringing home eight runs. Following the incredible eight runs, their offense was able to pull in three additional runs in the third. The Yankees ended the game with a 13-8 lead. See them live on September 4 for only $7 per ticket.
8/25/15 - After winning the first of three games against the Astros, the New York Yankees lost the next two. They remain in second place in the AL East division despite the losses; however, their cushion for the second wild card position for the playoffs has slipped to only 4.5 games. Michael Pineda has come back onto the field, but he has not added as much help as the Yankees were hoping he would. He may no longer be on the injured list, but he is not yet back to his earlier form. A lackluster offense has also not helped the Yankees chances of winning. The Yankees next head to Atlanta to play the Braves starting on the 28th. You still have time to get your tickets, with prices starting at $16.
8/20/15 - The Bronx Bombers broke out the brooms this week, handing the Twins three straight losses in the Big Apple to keep their playoff hopes on the front burner. The New York Yankees won in the 10th on Monday, picked up an 8-4 win on Tuesday, then capped off the three-game set with a 4-3 victory to complete the sweep. Greg Bird played hero in the get-away game, knocking a pair of two-run homers out—each coming with two outs and each scoring Carlos Beltran, interestingly enough. Nate Eovaldi was lights-out for the Yanks, letting through just four hits while punching out eight in seven innings pitched. The Yankees will look to keep their momentum going against the Astros at home on Monday night—get your tickets now starting at $16!
8/13/15 - There’s some uneasiness for baseball fans in the Bronx this week, as the New York Yankees have slid right out of first place in the AL East. The Bombers dropped five straight games while division rival Toronto went on a scintillating hot streak, with 11 wins and counting. The customarily-potent NYY offense has been largely unreliable during the recent rough stretch, putting up just a single run in three games against the Jays during their three-game series. There’s still plenty of ball left to play in the season, but New York will need to step on the gas if they hope to avoid the Wild Card game—or missing the playoffs entirely. Come out for Yankees vs. Twins starting Monday the 17th! Tickets start at $15.
8/5/15 - The New York Yankees have been pretty inconsistent in their recent games, but they are still winning more than half of their matches. They won five of their last nine matches, but they have not won more than two consecutively. One thing that is consistent with the Yankees' play style is how much they are scoring when they win. Amazingly, the Yankees have not scored less than 12 runs in any victorious match since late July. As the Yankees return to their home field in New York, fans hope their wins and losses stabilize and they start to rack up more victories. However, there are only a small handful of matches against the Toronto Blue Jays before they hit the road again. Be sure to get your tickets soon before they leave town.
7/29/15 - The New York Yankees are the team to beat this year. They are currently on a three-game winning streak and have constantly been bringing home the W’s all season long. They have won the last seven of their nine games, explaining why they are leading the AL Eastern Division in the number one spot. Coming off of a clean sweep against the Orioles, the Yankees take on the competitive and athletic, Minnesota Twins this weekend. The Twins are a team that is ready for the challenge the Yankees will bring and will definitely give them a run for their money. Watch all of the action live when you purchase your weekend tickets today. Tickets in a wide range of the ballpark are still available and start at $27 in Minneapolis.
7/23/15 - The New York Yankees are the team to beat this year. They are currently on a three-game winning streak and have constantly been bringing home the W’s all season long. They have won the last seven of their nine games, explaining why they are leading the AL Eastern Division in the number one spot. Coming off of a clean sweep against the Orioles, the Yankees take on the competitive and athletic, Minnesota Twins this weekend. The Twins are a team that is ready for the challenge the Yankees will bring and will definitely give them a run for their money. Watch all of the action live when you purchase your weekend tickets today. Tickets in a wide range of the ballpark are still available and start at $27 in Minneapolis.
7/15/15 - The New York Yankees had their three-game winning streak ended by the Boston Red Sox, but they are already back to winning. Their most recent match saw them rack up an impressive eight runs while their opponents scored six. The Yankees are now returning to their home field for six games. They will take on the Baltimore Orioles and the Seattle Mariners before leaving again on July 24th. Be sure to catch them live before them. Tickets for the Orioles opener are available and start at $15. The Yankees are currently at the top of the AL Eastern Division and near the top of the whole league. The Tampa Bay Rays are just two wins behind, however, so they need to continue to perform well.
7/9/15 - The New York Yankees started their return to their own field strong. They were able to win two out of three games against the Tampa Bay Rays. The following set, against the Oakland Athletics has started a little slower, however. Despite the Yankees taking an early one-point lead by the end of the opening inning, the two teams were tied at the end of the ninth. Unfortunately, the Athletics were able to take the win in the tenth inning. The fact that this game was so close bodes well for the rest of the matchups in this set. If the Yankees are able to focus and play consistently, they will have a good chance of making a comeback. Tickets for the following games are still available.
7/2/15 - The New York Yankees have been struggling slightly this past week. After ending a short losing streak, they only managed to win 50% of their matches against the Houston Astros. The Yankee's performance was hit or miss. They would fail to score at all one day, and dominate with nine runs just two days later. Afterward, New York lost two out of the three games against the Los Angeles Angels. Despite their rough patch, the Yankees are still in the first position of their division, so they are still doing fine. Plus, their series of away games is now over, so things should improve from here. You can still get tickets to attend July 7th's match against the Tampa Bay Rays for as little as $7.
6/25/15 - The New York Yankees broke their three game losing streak with a 10-2 victory over the Phillies on June 24. The Yankees dominated from the beginning, scoring two runs in the second, and then had a three run fourth, one run sixth, and four run seventh. Ivan Nova played his first game since his Tommy John surgery, and he was only gave up three hits and no runs in the 6 2/3 innings he played. Mark Teixeira was also back after sitting out with a stiff neck for two games, and he drove in two runs. Although they won this game, they still lost the series 2-1. They next play the Astros in Houston for a four game series starting on June 15. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $64.
6/17/15 - The New York Yankees are just one game out of first in the AL East with a 34-30 record. They lost their last two games to the Marlins. In Tuesday’s game, the Marlins came out with eight runs in the first inning, which was a franchise best, and the Yankees couldn’t recover. The final score 2-12 was a disappointing loss for New York. The Yankees are back home at their own stadium for eight games, and you don’t want to wait to get your tickets for the weekend games against the Detroit Tigers. Prices for Friday’s (6/19) game start at $14. The Yankees host the Tigers over the weekend, then they face the Philadelphia Phillies in a three-game series starting on Monday (6/22). Come out and cheer for your Yankees.
6/12/15 - It took the Nationals 11 innings to get the job done, but they finally managed to snap the seven-game win streak of the New York Yankees. The Bronx Bombers rallied from a deficit of 0-2, busting out with four runs in the bottom of the seventh off of Gio Gonzalez and a pair of relievers, but the Nats scored two more in the eighth to tie things up. Ultimately, Washington manufactured the deciding run in the top of the 11th to walk away with the victory and split the short two-game interleague series. NY will face off with the Orioles in three games at Camden Yards over the weekend and you can secure your tickets right now! Seats for Friday evening start at just $5 each!
6/4/15 - The New York Yankees swept the three-game series in Miami against the Mariners, giving them a 29-25 record for first place in the AL East. Masahiro Tanaka got back in the game, striking out nine, not giving up any walks, and only allowing one run throughout the seven innings that he pitched. He’s been out for over a month with injuries to his right arm. This weekend, Yankee Stadium is hosting the Los Angeles Angels, and there’s plenty of great seats available for Saturday’s (6/6) game starting at $12. During the upcoming week, you’ll want to catch the Yankees as the play the Washington Nationals, because after Wednesday (6/10) game, the Yankees go out on the road for the next week. Come out and cheer for the home team!
5/28/15 - The New York Yankees sit on top of the AL East leaderboard with a 25-22 record. They’re on a three-game winning streak, sweeping their series against the Kansas City Royals. In their final game, which ended in a 2-4 score, Alex Rodriguez picked up his 1,995th RBI, passing Lou Gehrig’s record. A-Rod is now third on the list, behind Hank Aaron and Barry Bonds. The Yankees are out on the road for the next week, with their first stop in Oakland through the weekend, then they fly out to Seattle for three-games against the Mariners. Get your tickets now for the Yankees’ home games beginning on Friday (6/5) against the Los Angeles Angels. Tickets start at $22. Come out to the ballpark and cheer for your home team.
5/22/15 - The New York Yankees have been struggling through this series of away games, but they still have not given up the top spot in the division. After only being able to pick up a single win throughout their last seven games, their record is now 22-18, which ties them with the Tampa Bay Rays for number one in the AL Eastern Division. This is the point where the Yankees need to turn it around if they wish to maintain their position as a top tier team. They will finally return to New York on May 22nd to take on the Texas Rangers. Hopefully, they Yankees are able to rack up some more wins before hitting the road again on May 28th. Be sure to catch them while they are in town.
5/14/15 - After picking up a strong win at 11-5 against the Rays, The New York Yankees couldn’t get ahead in their three remaining games against Tampa. The Yankees are on a three-game losing streak, but with their 21-15 record, they’re on top of the AL East leaderboard. The Yankees are out on the road over the weekend in Kansas City, then they head to the Capital for two games against the Nationals. On Friday (5/22), they come back to Yankee Stadium to host the Texas Rangers in three games. You can get great seats now starting at $18 for Friday’s evening game. Don’t wait to get the best seats in the house. Following the weekend three-game series against the Rangers, the Yankees host the Kansas City Royals beginning on Monday (5/25).
5/6/15 - The New York Yankees are at the top of their game. They remained undefeated in their set against the Boston Red Sox, won two out of three games against the Tampa Bay Rays, and have taken the top spot in the AL Eastern Division. While they did end their winning streak on May 4th when the Yankees started their series against the Toronto Blue Jays, they managed to follow it up immediately with an incredible 6-3 victory. If the Yankees can win the final Blue Jays game on May 6th, they will have won the majority of their games against the last three teams they have played against. After that game, the Yankees will return to New York to take on the Baltimore Orioles. Tickets for the opener start at $10.
4/28/15 - With a 12-8 record, the New York Yankees sit on top of the leaderboard in the AL East. They’re on a two-game winning streak, with a win against the Mets (4-6) on Sunday, then on Monday, they took the Tampa Bay Rays at 1-4. Yankees’ pitcher Andrew Miller set a Yankees’ record of eight saves in 20 games in the game against the Rays. When the series against the Rays wraps up, the Yankees go out on the road for six games beginning with three games against the Boston Red Sox, then onto Toronto for another three with the Blue Jays. They come back to home field on Thursday (5/7) for a four-game series against the Baltimore Orioles. Grab the best seats now before they’re gone. Tickets start at $9.
4/23/15 - After winning all three games against the Rays, the New York Yankees are currently two games into a four game series against the Tigers, of which each team has won one game. The Tigers beat the Yankees in the first match on April 20. The Yankees got on the board first with a run in the second inning, but the Tigers got two runs in the seventh to draw ahead and win. The Yankees came back the next night to win 5-2. Although Nathan Eovaldi gave up eight hits over his seven innings on the mound, his team played solid defense to hold the Tigers to just one run. Chris Young and Stephen Drew both hit homers during the game. Tickets for the rest of the series are on sale for as low as $2.
4/17/15 - The New York Yankees are one and one with the Orioles in their current series of play. The Yankees won 6-5 in the first meeting on April 13. The Yankees were behind 4-2 until Stephen Drew pinch-hit for Brett Gardner and hit a grand slam in the seventh inning. His home run was the third in the game, with Chris Young and Mark Teixeira also hitting homers. The next night, the Orioles beat the Yankees 3-4. The Orioles once again got ahead, and the Yankees were unable to come back from behind, despite a solid try. The teams face each other once more on the 15th, and then the Yankees head to Florida to play the Rays on the 17th for a three game series. Tickets remain on sale, with prices starting at $29.
4/8/15 - In the Opening Day game against the Blue Jays, the New York Yankees couldn’t recover when they gave up five runs in the third inning. The Yankees gained a run in the sixth, but the Blue Jays earned another run in the seventh, and kept the Yankees from gaining any ground. The final score of 6-1 was a disappointing way to start the 2105 season. Friday (4/10) opens a three-game series against the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium. Get your tickets starting at $24 and come down to the ballpark to enjoy America’s pastime. Saturday’s afternoon game is a great way to relax after a long week at work, and you can get tickets from $34 and up. Wrap up your weekend with an evening game on Sunday and cheer for the home team!
3/31/15 - With a 15-13 record in the Grapefruit League, the New York Yankees are wrapping up their spring training season with home games on Thursday (4/2) against the Pittsburgh Pirates and on Friday against the Washington Nationals. Tickets are available for these games starting at $9 each day. Get out and cheer for the Yankees before they go back home to the Bronx. Opening Day 2015 (4/6) features the Yankees in their home stadium against the Toronto Blue Jays. Tickets for this afternoon game start at $43. The Blue Jays have two more games in the Big Apple against the Yankees before they leave town. Catch them on Wednesday (4/8) and Thursday (4/9) in evening games. With tickets starting at $7, you can bring the whole family for an evening of fun.
3/26/15 - The New York Yankees are just 1.5 games out of first in the Grapefruit League with a 13-11 record. If you’re a movie buff, you won’t want to miss the Yankees’ reenactment of a scene from The Sandlot as a commercial on their website. Get on down to George Steinbrenner Field to catch the Yankees while they’re still in Florida for spring training. In Saturday’s (3/28) game, the Yankees host the Baltimore Orioles. Tickets start at $34. On Wednesday (4/1), it’s their long-time spring training rival, the Tampa Bay Rays. Thursday’s game is the Pittsburgh Pirates. Their final home game during the Grapefruit League is on Friday (4/3) against the Washington Nationals. Get your tickets starting at $9 and come out enjoy America’s pastime and favorite sport.
3/17/15 - The New York Yankees had a three game winning streak until the Toronto Blue Jays beat them on Saturday. The Yankees turned around on Sunday when they played the Philadelphia Phillies and got back in the winning column. Nathan Evoldi pitched four innings and allowed only two hits. Their record in the Grapefruit League is 9-5, and they’re in second place behind the Minnesota Twins. Upcoming home games include one on Thursday (3/19) against the Philadelphia Phillies. Saturday (3/21) it’s the Houston Astros. Catch a weekday game on Tuesday (3/24) against the Detroit Tigers. Tickets for Saturday’s or Tuesday’s games start at $14. The New York Mets play the Yankees on Wednesday, and you can still get your tickets starting at $23. Relax and enjoy America’s favorite game.
3/13/15 - One of America’s most loved teams, the New York Yankees have a 6-4-1 record in the Grapefruit League after a week and a half of play. The Yankees beat the Atlanta Braves in Thursday’s game with a final score of 3-2. Pitcher Masahiro Tanaka made his spring training debut, getting two strike outs in the two innings that he pitched. The Yankees are on their home turf in Tampa over the weekend, facing the Detroit Tigers on Saturday (3/14), then the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday. Get tickets for Sunday’s game starting at $15. On Tuesday 3/17), the Toronto Blue Jays meet the Yankees at George Steinbrenner Field. Tickets for this weekday game are only $14 and up. Thursday (3/19), the Yankees have another chance to play the Philadelphia Phillies.
3/6/15 - Alex Rodriguez is back on the field after almost 18 months off. In his first time up, he got a single in the opening game of the New York Yankees at spring training against the Philadelphia Phillies. It wasn’t enough for the Yankees, they lost the game 3-1. A-Rod will have more chances to show what he can in the upcoming games of the Grapefruit League. On Sunday (3/8), the Yankees host the Washington Nationals at George Steinbrenner Field. The next day, they take on the Tampa Bay Rays, who are sure to have a good fan base in the crowds. On Wednesday (3/11), it’s their longtime rival, the Boston Red Sox. Tickets are available for all of these games. Get them now and come out for some great baseball.
2/20/15 - As the 2015 MLB season quickly approaches, New York Yankees fan are eager for any news of changes to the team. The most recent rumors are that Hector Olivera and Yoan Moncada could be the newest Yankees. Of course, interest in these players is shared among the San Francisco Giants, Boston Red Sox, and San Diego Padres, so New York might need to put up a fight to add them to the roster. We will know soon enough because the Yankees' preseason is coming up very soon. Feel free to take advantage of the frequent and inexpensive tickets for the games the Yankees will play to prepare for the season, but do not forget to come out and show your support when the season proper starts on April 6th.
1/27/15 - It is the time of year for major change ups to the lineups for the MLB teams. The New York Yankees have recently signed a deal to bring pitcher David Carpenter to the team, along with southpaw Chasen Shreve in a trade that takes Manny Banuelos to the Atlanta Braves. Carpenter has had a strong past two seasons at the Braves, with a combined 2.63 ERA. Most likely, Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller will remain battling for the main closer for the team, but Carpenter could become a strong option for the sixth or seven innings. Fans will get a chance to see the skills of the new pitchers during spring training. The first game will be at Bright House Network Field in Clearwater, FL, against the Philadelphia Phillies on March 3. Tickets start at $32.
9/15/14 - The New York Yankees are wrapping up their late season road trip and gearing up for their final homestand—a.k.a. Derek Jeter’s finale—at Yankee Stadium. Every game is crucial for the Bronx Bombers, who must climb out of the whole they’ve dug themselves, and hope others falter along the way, if they want to steal a Wild Card slot and enter the 2014 MLB Playoffs. See your favorite shortstop play the last games of his career in "The House That Jeter Built," this weekend. Get in for as little as $7 on 9/18, or pay a $14 get-in price on 9/21 and 9/22 in New York's crucial series against the Toronto Blue Jays.
9/9/14 - The New York Yankees may be second in the NL East, and as we reach mid-September, their playoff chances are hanging by a thread. The Bronx Bombers will get the chance to gain ground in the postseason race with three-game set against the irrelevant Tampa Bay Rays from 9/9-9/11. Pay just $2-3 for their series with the Rays and see if they can close in on the American League’s second wild card slot. Those are small prices to pay to see Derek Jeter play his finals weeks in MLB!
9/4/14 - The New York Yankees are have split their series with the Boston Red Sox, 1-1. Will their longtime rivals play the role of spoiler, or can the Bombers run away with a victory? See who comes out on top with New York Yankees tickets tonight for as low as $6 in Grandstand. The rivalry will be renewed at Fenway from 9/26-9/28, for their final series of the season—and Derek Jeter’s final three MLB games.
8/25/14 - On Tuesday the New York Yankees SS Derek Jeter will make his final appearance at Comerica Park in Detroit of the regular season. Jeter has made countless trips to this ballpark over the course of his remarkable 20 year career in a series that is seeing Yankees ticket go for over $100 all three games according to RazorGator, the highest of course coming in Thursday’s finale at a mean price of $108.
8/21/14 - On Friday the New York Yankees will host the Chicago White Sox as they look to keep riding the momentum from todays complete game shutout over the Houston Astros. Yankees tickets for series peak on Saturday at an average price of $119 which will also be the same day the team retires former manager Joe Torre’s #6 jersey.
8/21/14 – The New York Yankees are hanging onto their playoff hopes as we hit the final stretch of the season, but time is running out for them to secure one of those coveted wild card slots! Their offense will have to step it up and start scoring quickly if New York wants a shot at the postseason. The club will gain the perfect opportunity to maximize on runs with an upcoming series against the Chicago White Sox in the Bronx. Get in at Yankee Stadium for just $14 on 8/22 and 8/24 and see if them bolster their chances for a wild card spot this weekend!
8/11/14 – The New York Yankees will depart from the Big Apple to embark on a short road trip against hungry division competitors. The Bronx Bombers will face fellow AL East teams, the Baltimore Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays, this week. The cheapest New York Yankees tickets on the road are offered this Wednesday for $20 at Camden Yards (8/13) and $37 for each game at Tropicana Field (8/15-8/17). New York just one game behind Toronto for second place in the division, see if they can make that postseason push with Yankees tickets today!
8/11/14 - It’s tough to know what was more shocking, the fact that the Yankees series against the Cleveland Indians averaged over $125 according to RazorGator, or that the Yankees dropped two of three against them after winning the series against the Detroit Tigers. Either way the Yankees have a good opportunity to right the ship with a three-game set against the AL East-leading Baltimore Orioles next on the schedule.
8/8/14 - Ever since the trade deadline the New York Yankees have been one of the best teams in baseball taking three of four against the very talented Detroit Tigers. Even more impressive is that they were able to get those wins against three Cy Young winners in David Price, Max Scherzer and Justin Verlander. New York will now prepare for their weekend series against the Cleveland Indians which is averaging an even $125 for Yankees tickets.
8/4/14 – The New York Yankees were buyers at the trade deadline, sending the American League a message that they’re still in the playoff hunt for a wild card spot. The Yankees sent Kelly Johnson to Boston in exchange for Stephen Drew, and acquired Martin Prado for Peter O’Brien. The Yankees are five games back from the top spot in the AL East, trailing the Blue Jays and division-leading Orioles—see if GM Brian Cashman’s moves pay off with New York Yankees tickets! The Bronx Bombers will play host to the league-leading Detroit Tigers in the next four games; get-in for as low as $10 on 8/7.
7/29/14 – The MLB Trade Deadline looms this Thursday, and you can bet that the wealthy New York Yankees are eyeing improvements to their lineup. The Bronx Bombers have already acquired Chase Headley, who drove in a winning run for a walkoff debut last week, less than 12 hours since being traded from the Rangers. The playoff race emerging in the AL East is tighter than most divisions; the Yankees are just behind the Blue Jays, who are 3 games back from the leading Baltimore Orioles. NY has the opportunity to move up in the ranks with a series win over Texas and Boston this week before taking off on a tougher road trip. Score New York Yankees tickets at Globe Life Park in Arlington for as little as $9 and see Headley revisit what was his home just one week ago.
7/21/14 – The New York Yankees ticketing controversy with the New York Post didn’t affect pinstriped players in the least. The Bronx Bombers completed a sweep of Cincinnati on Sunday, right after the errant article claiming the franchise hiked ticket prices for the Derek Jeter celebratory match vs. Kansas City was published. The great news for fans is the Yankees will not, and never intended to, raise ticket prices for the Sept. 7 game that will feature a ceremony in celebration of the No. 2 shortstop. The author haphazardly failed to distinguish between primary markets and secondary, or re-sale, markets--like us! That 9/7 game is indeed pricier than most all at Yankee Stadium, so snatch your seats quickly! Royals vs. New York Yankees tickets for the special Derek Jeter send off start at $194 in the Grandstand level.
7/16/14 – We are now at the mid-point of the 2014 MLB season, have you bought your New York Yankees tickets to witness Derek Jeter’s “Bye Bye Bronx” tour? Other than the interest drawn from their veteran shortstop’s final year, the Yankees have been rather uninspiring as of late. Coming out of the All-Star break, New York is third in the AL East, and right at the .500 mark. The team is sure to step up in the second half of the season and send of their captain off in triumph, so score New York Yankees tickets now for their homestand starting this week. You can see if the team tips .500 in the right direction in their upcoming series against the Cincinnati Reds; get-in for a mere $14 in the Bronx.
6/16/14 - Tomorrow the Yankees will begin a very important series with the American League East leading Toronto Blue Jays in the first of nine games over the span of nine days. Presently the Bombers are 4.5 games out but if they are able to put together a solid stretch of games together that number could dwindle down significantly. Yankees tickets for this series are going for $80 on average according to RazorGator with the high of the series coming in Tuesday’s matchup at $121 with a reasonable Get-in of $11.
6/12/14 - The Yankees offseason acquisition of Masahiro Tanaka for $155 million may have been a head scratcher at first considering he was unproven in major league play, but just 64 games into the season appears to be one of their best moves in a long time. Pitching against the Seattle Mariners last night Tanaka delivered yet another gem and would go the distance throwing a complete game with 11 strikeouts to boot. Today the Yankees will finish their series at the Seattle with Yankees tickets averaging $48 according to RazorGator.
6/9/14 - To say that the New York Yankees had a poor showing on Sunday wouldn’t fully capture just how bad of a performance they had against the Kansas City Royals. Yesterday the Yankees had 17 chances at the plate with runners in scoring position but were able to only muster up one hit in their 2-1 loss to the Royals yesterday. The Yankees will have to do better than that if they expect to split the series by beating the Royals today as Yankees tickets are averaging $46 according to RazorGator.
6/5/14 - The New York Yankees dropped their fourth straight game last night to the Oakland Athletics who are arguably the best team in the American League this season. The Yankees have seemed to struggle to have all their parts come together for a full nine innings as they jumped out to an early 4-0 lead only to see their bullpen blow it later on, surrendering two home runs to Yoenis Cespedes alone. Today the Yankees will play the A’s as they look to avoid losing five in a row with Yankees tickets averaging $38 according to RazorGator.
6/2/14 - The Yankees had a chance to save the game yesterday but were exposed by their bullpen which is not nearly as strong as it was last season when Mariano Rivera basically made the games one inning shorter with his unhittable cutter. When he took over in the game yesterday David Robertson saw his team up by one but that all changed on his when Josh Willingham took it yard en route to the Twins winning the game 7-2. Today the Yankees will take one the Seattle Mariners and according to RazorGator, Yankees tickets will be averaging $57.
5/29/14 - For the second straight day the Yankees had to endure a rain delay before they could start their contest against the St. Louis Cardinals. Unlike yesterday though this time they were able to bring their bats with them when they returned from the dugout to resume play notching 7 runs after being blanked the previous day on the way to winning the game. New York will finally return home after a long nine game road trip to play the Minnesota Twins where Yankees tickets are averaging $82 according to RazorGator.
5/27/14 - After sitting through an hour long rain delay before the game was able to begin the New York Yankees decided to make their stay in St. Louis last a little longer as nine innings would not be enough to decide a winner. It took an extra three innings but in the 12th inning of yesterday’s game the Yankees were able to take the lead in the process of picking up their third straight victory. Today they return to the Bronx to continue playing the Cardinals as Yankees tickets are averaging $50 for both today and tomorrow’s contests with St. Louis according to RazorGator.
5/22/14 - The Yankees were down to their final chance to pull out the win in yesterdays game against the Chicago Cubs losing 2-0 in the ninth inning. New York would be able to tie up the game thanks to a throwing error and would go on to win the game in the 13th where they picked up two more runs to put them ahead for good. Today New York travels across town in Chicago to play the White Sox where Yankees tickets are averaging $55 according to RazorGator.
5/19/14 - The New York Yankees are slated to travel to the Windy City and play the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday. Starting for the Yankees will be Masahiro Tanaka who threw eight shutout innings against the Cubs at Yankees Stadium earlier this year on April 16th. Tanaka has been the talk of baseball this season with electric stuff that are really puzzling hitters as evidence by his 2.17 ERA and 66 K’s through eight starts. New York will make their only trip out to Chicago this season where Yankees tickets are averaging $73 according to RazorGator.
5/15/14 - He may be only seven starts into his MLB career but New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka already looks like a seasoned ace and one of the best in the league. In his first start against crosstown rival the New York Mets Tanaka picked up the first of what we can only assume to be many shutouts going the distance while getting his first hit in the 4-0 victory. Today the two teams finish their ‘Subway Series’ as tickets are averaging $153 according to RazorGator.
5/12/14 - Yesterday was a tough day for the New York Yankees as their first saw pitcher CC Sabathia head to the DL before losing in walk-off fashion to the Milwaukee Brewers. Today should be much better as the Yankees begin their annual “Subway Series” with the New York Mets. This will be the only time these two teams meet all season long as they play two games in the Bronx at Yankee Stadium and the latter two in Queens at Citi Field. According to RazorGator Yankees tickets are averaging $137 with a get-in of $37.
5/8/14 - On Wednesday the New York Yankees wrapped up their series with the Los Angeles Angels as Derek Jeter made his final appearance at Angel Stadium. The Angels presented the Captain with a paddleboard but in the 2nd inning made them pay when he hit his first home run of the season while the Angels fans paid their respect and applauded him on as he rounded the bases. On Friday the Yankees will head out to Miller Park to play the Milwaukee Brewers for their only meeting of the season wherein Yankees tickets are going for $52 according to Razorgator.
5/5/14 - The New York Yankees had a weekend to forget as CC Sabathia had his worst outing in recent memory not being able to even make it out of the fourth inning before manager Joe Girardi made a call to the bullpen. However by that time is was too late as Sabathia surrendered 5 runs to the Tampa Bay Rays before Alfredo Aceves came in and pitched 5 and ? innings of scoreless baseball in the loss. Today the Yankees head cross country to play the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in a game that will see Yankees tickets average $96 according to Razorgator.
These past few days Yankees saw Robinson Cano have some success at Yankee Stadium, but unfortunately he now plays for their opponent the Seattle Mariners. Cano and the Mariners picked up two wins against the Yankees beating them in last nights contest 4-2 in the rain-shortened series. Today the Yankees begin a series with the Tampa Bay Rays which is averaging $66 for Yankees tickets according to Razorgator.
5/1/14 - The New York Yankees were ready, or as ready as you can be, to face Seattle Mariners ace pitcher Felix Hernandez in yesterday’s scheduled game at Yankees Stadium. Luckily for them the game was postponed due to heavy rain and the Mariners decided not to pitch him when the two teams meet on Thursday and will instead face lefty Roenis Elias as Yankees tickets are averaging $53 and Wednesdays game moved to a make up date on June 2nd.
4/30/14 - On a cold and rainy Tuesday night in the Bronx the New York Yankees saw the return of 2B Robinson Cano who signed a 10 year - $240 million with the Seattle Mariners this offseason. In the game Cano got one hit and drove in a run on the way to beating his former ballclub by a score of 6-3. Tonight the Yankees will turn to David Phelps to even the series when he takes the mound with first pitch scheduled for 7:05 PM.
4/29/14 - Normally Tuesday night games in April aren’t that big of a story, but tonight’s New York Yankees - Seattle Mariners game is not your normal game. No, this game will mark the return of All-Star 2B Robinson Cano to the Bronx who signed away this offseason to play with Seattle to the tune of $240 million/10 years with tickets going for $46 on average.
4/28/14 - It’s not often that a game winning run is scored off a wild pitch in the MLB, but that was exactly what happened in Sunday nights game Yankees vs Angels game as Jacoby Ellsbury scored in the 8th. The Yankees are now also starting to see the results of having 1B Mark Teixeira in the lineup after missing nearly the entire 2013 season with a wrist injury when he crushed a massive home run in the seventh to tie the game. The Yankees will be off on Monday but return to action on Tuesday when the Seattle Mariners come to town.
4/25/14 - With news of pitcher Michael Pineda’s 10 game suspension arising shortly before first pitch with the Boston Red Sox it was unclear how this New York Yankees team would be able to react to the adversity. As it would turn out they would do just fine hitting for an offensive explosion against Boston and piling up 14 runs on the way to an easy win Thursday night. Today the Bombers return to the Bronx where they will play the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim as Yankees tickets will be averaging $92.
4/24/14 - After last nights game against the Boston Red Sox the New York Yankees find themselves in a very sticky situation. In the 2nd inning Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was ejected for having pine tar on his neck despite the uproar in the media over appearing to have the substance on his hand the first time he played Boston. The two teams will play the rubber match in their series today with Yankees tickets averaging $123 for Thursday’s contest.
4/23/14 - The Boston Red Sox finally realized what all the fuss was about when the New York Yankees signed Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka to a $155 million contract this offseason. Making his debut at Fenway Tanaka pitched masterfully going 7 ? innings with seven strikeouts and giving up two runs on solo shots to David Ortiz and Mike Napoli. The Yankees will play Boston again with tickets for tonights game averaging $83 each.
4/21/14 - After a nightmare of a game against the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday the New York Yankees rebounded in a marathon contest on Sunday. The final game of the series needed more than nine innings for a winner to present itself, which the Yankees did in the top of the 12th inning when Dean Anna walked with the bases loaded to put them up 2-1. Carlos Beltran and Alfonso Soriano both got hits to push the lead to 5-1.
4/17/14 - Wednesday was a great day for the New York Yankees as they played fantastic and were able to beat the Chicago Cubs in both games of their day-night doubleheader yesterday. Yankees pitchers Masahiro Tanaka and Michael Pineda each picked up their second win of the season in a shutout to extend New York’s winning streak to four games by the end of the day.
4/16/14 - The New York Yankees were scheduled to play the Chicago Cubs yesterday but that game was scratched due to rain and will be made up today as part of a day-night doubleheader. Tickets for the first game are averaging a cool $100 for tickets while the Yankees second game of the day is significantly higher at an average price of $147 per ticket.
4/15/14 - The New York Yankees were scheduled to play the Chicago Cubs today but that never happened as the game has been postponed due to rain in New York. The game will now be made up tomorrow as part of a day and night double header with the latter game going for an average of $168.
4/14/14 - Heading into Sunday the New York Yankees were looking to put an exclamation point on their four game series with the Boston Red Sox having already won two of the first three games. Yankees pitcher Ivan Nova made sure that New York would get the win as he had his best start yet going 7 ? innings while only giving up two runs as he picked up his second win of the season. Tomorrow the Yankees battle the Chicago Cubs in a game that has seen ticket prices increase by a record 51% since last to currently average $109 per ticket.
4/11/14 - The New York Yankees had their first of 19 meetings with the Boston Red Sox on Thursday beginning the season series at home. In the game Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda made his debut at Yankee Stadium and had a very nice outing going into the seventh before giving up a run, picking up the win in the process. They will meet again this evening when New Yorks ace CC Sabathia goes up against Jon Lester of the Red Sox with Yankees tickets garnering an average price of $93.
4/10/14 - Yesterday saw the debut of the highly touted Japanese free agent signing Masahiro Tanaka at Yankee Stadium. While Tanaka may not have earned the win he did earn the respect of Yankees fans who saw him pitch very well for only his second major league start going seven innings fanning 10 while giving up three runs in the process. Today the Yankees welcome their rival Boston Red Sox to town to begin a four game series.
4/9/14 - On Wednesday the New York Yankees will see their prized free agent signing Masahiro Tanaka make his Yankee Stadium debut when they play the Baltimore Orioles. Yesterday the Orioles had a field day from the plate knocking in 20 hits and 14 runs in the victory but they will be hard pressed to do the same today when they face Tanaka which will run you around $85 for Yankees tickets today.
4/8/14 - It finally happened yesterday, the Yankees were the last team in the MLB to have their Home Opener wherein they played the Baltimore Orioles. Yankees pitcher Hiroki Kuroda threw a great game as he helped New York get on the right side of .500 for the first time this year. The two teams will play again today with Yanks sending out Ivan Nova to try and pick up his second win of the season.
4/7/14 - Today the New York Yankees will have their home opener, the final one of Derek Jeter’s storied career with the Bronx Bombers. The Yankees will play the Baltimore Orioles today at Yankee Stadium after beating the Toronto Blue Jays a day ago. There are still plenty of Yankees tickets available for todays game which will see them going for $56 on average.
4/4/14 - It took the New York Yankees three games to get their first win of the 2014 season, but they finally got it last night against the Houston Astros. The Yankees pitcher Ivan Nova picked up the win for the game giving up just two runs over 5 ? innings of work. New York will now travel to Toronto to play the Blue Jays before returning to the Bronx for their home opener next week.
4/3/14 - The New York Yankees have not started the season as they had hoped losing for the second time to the Houston Astros last night 3-1. The Yankees will look to Ivan Nova to try and stop the bleed and avoid being swept tonight when they play the final game of the series against the Astros.
4/2/14 - Opening Day was a rough one for CC Sabathia and the New York Yankees. CC got off to a bad start in the first and was never able to recover after giving up four runs in the bottom of the first to the Houston Astros. Today the Yanks will look to pick up their first win of the season behind Hiroki Kuroda when he takes mound at Minute Maid Park tonight.
4/1/14 - Today the New York Yankees and the iconic Derek Jeter begin their 2014 season on the road against the Houston Astros. It is no secret that Jeter will be retiring at the conclusion of the season, which will see an extraordinary amount of praise for him, in addition to the Yankees doing everything they can to send him out with yet another World Series Championship.
3/31/14 - As the rest of the majors begins baseball today, the Yankees get one last day of rest before starting their 2014 campaign tomorrow against the Astros. C.C. Sabathia will get the ball with Scott Feldman taking the mound for Houston. Based on rotation scheduling, it appears Tanaka will make his major league debut this Friday and his Yankee Stadium debut next Wednesday against Baltimore so make sure to grab Yankees tickets now!
3/28/14 - As the ace of the New York Yankees pitching staff CC Sabathia got his last bit of work in yesterday's game gearing up for his Opening Day start against the Houston Astros. Sabathia struggled at times last season but despite all that he has pitched great this Spring Training including Wednesday where he threw four scoreless innings against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
3/27/14 - Yesterday was not a good day for the New York Yankees who lost their second game in a row, but it was an even worse day for the Yankees pitcher Preston Claiborne who took the loss. The young pitcher played well out of the bullpen last season but this year has been struggling and manager Joe Girardi has noticed that his stuff wasn’t the same and may be losing faith in the player.
3/26/14 - The New York Yankees took a beating yesterday from the Philadelphia Phillies who knocked around the Yankees pitchers on the way to their shutout victory. The Phillies faced nine different pitchers and were able to get nine hits off them scoring six runs in the process. The Yankees did have a bright spot as their Captain Derek Jeter got a hit in the game but is hitting a dismal .128 this spring training.
3/25/14 - Today the New York Yankees will play a rematch of the 2009 World Series when they host the Philadelphia Phillies. Expected to make the start for the Yanks will be David Phelps who was in contention for the final spot in the rotation but by all accounts lost out in the battle for the fifth spot to Michael Pineda. Phelps will now be used as a middle reliever who makes the occasional start for New York when they begin regular season play.
3/24/14 - Despite picking up the loss in the game yesterday for the New York Yankees, Michael Pineda had a very nice outing and cemented his spot in the Yankees rotation come Opening Day. Pineda has been a pleasant surprise this Spring Training after sitting out the past two seasons with injuries since being acquired via trade from the Seattle Mariners.
3/21/14 - The New York Yankees have just 10 days until the start of the regular season and last night played their rivals, the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees played mostly their backup players in this game to feel out the bottom of their bench players a little bit better before having to make cuts and ended up winning the game. Of concern for the Yankees has to be Brendan Ryan who was a last second scratch with back spasms and may not be healthy enough to be Derek Jeters backup come Opening Day.
3/20/14 - The New York Yankees must be feeling good about this upcoming season having won yet another game last night over the Atlanta Braves. Ivan Nova started the game for the Yanks and went six innings deep into the shutout victory for New York who brought their bats as well notching seven runs with newly acquired Carlos Beltran leading the way with three hits and two RBI’s.
3/19/14 - The New York Yankees hosted the defending World Series Champion Boston Red Sox yesterday but the final score wasn’t the biggest story of the game. While the Yankees won the game 8-1 the real story of the game were the bees who swarmed the outfield in the bottom of the third inning to create a stoppage of play until they left the area and was reminiscent of the 2007 incident where Yankees pitcher Joba Chamberlain was attacked by bugs while on the mound in a playoff game versus the Cleveland Indians.
3/18/14 - Monday’s afternoon game for the New York Yankees against the Pittsburgh Pirates was cancelled due to rain. Today however is a much bigger game for the Yanks as they take on defending World Series Champion and bitter rival the Boston Red Sox at George M. Steinbrenner Field. Taking the mound today for the Yankees will be Michael Pineda who has looked great thus far in Spring Training after missing the past two seasons with injuries.
3/17/14 - This weekend the New York Yankees traveled down to Panama to play an exhibition game against the Miami Marlins as a tribute to their former Closer Mariano Rivera who retired at the end of last season. The Yanks were no hit by the Marlins on Saturday but came back on Sunday with a new sense of energy and took the second game of the series by a score of 7-0. Today the Yankees travel back to the States to play the Pittsburgh Pirates as we countdown the days until Opening Day.
3/14/14 - The Yankees got some very encouraging signs yesterday when former up and coming prospect pitcher Michael Pineda threw a solid 2 2/3 innings of shutout baseball as he attempts to earn the fifth and final spot in New York’s rotation this season. Brett Gardner also had a productive day hitting an RBI double showing their dominance as a team on the way to putting up 6 runs in total on the Orioles.
3/13/14 - While the New York Yankees didn’t come away with the victory yesterday they should be proud of how they played, scoring two runs in the bottom of the 9th inning to send the game into extra innings before calling it a draw in the 10th. Hiroki Kuroda had a rough outing for the Yanks surrendering 10 hits and six runs in just 3 ? innings but the team was able to overcome that thanks to Francisco Cervelli and Carlos Beltran who both went yard for the Bombers.
3/12/14 - Yesterday was not a good day for the Yankees and especially not a good day for their workhorse pitcher CC Sabathia who gave up three earned runs in just three innings of baseball to the Washington Nationals while testing out his new cutter. The same could not be said for Sabathia’s counterpart on the Nats Jordan Zimmermann who pitched a perfect four innings in this Spring Training game. From here the Yanks will look to rebound today when they play the Detroit Tigers this afternoon.
3/11/14 - The New York Yankees will look to get back to their winning ways after playing to a 3-3 tie on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Rays to go along with having Monday off. Today the Yanks will send out the new slimmer version of CC Sabathia to take the mound when they travel to play the Washington Nationals in Grapefruit League play and it is still unknown if he will have the same type of velocity now that he has lost a significant amount of weight.
3/10/14 (PM) - A couple weeks into Spring Training, the New York Yankees have likely found their fifth starter. In his first spring appearance (Sunday), David Phelps pitched five scoreless innings against the Tampa Bay Rays; an impressive performance that has bolstered right-hander's chances of joining Sabathia, Kurdora, Tanaka and Nova in the rotation. Get New York Yankees tickets now and see why they are "MLB's most talked about team" and one of the most exciting to watch. See the Yanks take on some stiff competition when the Detroit Tigers pay them a visit this Wednesday (get-in for $35), or save a couple bucks and watch them take on the Orioles for $17 and the Twins for $9 at Steinbrenner Field.
3/10/14 - As Derek Jeter prepares for his final season playing for the New York Yankees the future first ballot Hall of Famer is beginning to look like his old self going 4 of his last 7 after struggling to get his first hit going hitless through his first 10 at bats. Another bright spot for the Yankees this spring training has been the pitching of Michael Pineda who is vying for the fifth and final spot in the rotation since being acquired by them a few years ago and injuries preventing him from making his debut with the Bronx Bombers.
3/7/14 - In yesterdays spring training game against the Philadelphia Phillies the New York Yankees sent out their star free agent signing Masahiro Tanaka to take the mound after an hour and a half rain and tornado delay. Tanaka pitched well in his first start with the Bronx Bomber going three innings and giving up just two hits with the Yankees ending up taking the game 4-3.
3/6/14 - The Yankees lost a tough game yesterday to AL East divisional opponent the Tampa Bay Rays 5-4, but held a lead in the game before taking out its starters to play its backups. Today, the Yankees will play the Philadelphia Phillies but the real story will be Masahiro Tanaka who will be pitching against major league players for the second time in his career.
3/5/14 - Yesterday the New York Yankees played a spring training game against AL East foe Baltimore and ended up losing by a score of 3-2. Starting the game for the Bronx Bombers was David Phelps who didn’t help his case to become the fifth starter in the rotation this year as he gave up 5 hits and a run in just 2 ? and will need to pitch better if he is going to earn that starting spot.
3/4/14 - The New York Yankees were able to get out to an early lead yesterday and never looked back en route to beating the Washington Nationals 4-2 in Spring Training. This year the Yankees have a new closer, David Robertson, taking over the spot left vacant by all-time saves leader Mariano Rivera. Unfortunately, Robertson didn’t have his best outing, hitting the first batter he saw before settling down and getting out of the inning.
3/3/14 - New acquisition Masahiro Tanka made his Yankees debut Saturday, pitching two scoreless frames and striking out three. The Yankees defeated the Phillies 4-0, but it was Tanaka’s entrance in the fifth inning that sparked the most discussion. Tanaka signed a seven year, $155 million dollar deal in the offseason and expectations are certainly high for the Japanese product.
2/24/14 - Exciting news for Yankees fans making the trek to Tampa! Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston may faceoff against the New York Yankees in their first spring training game. The Yankees will be taking on Florida State University, with their quarterback in the closer slot. Manager Joe Girardi thinks, "It will be fun to watch. He's got a great arm." Derek Jeter is due to play his first spring training game on Thursday, when NY takes on the Pirates (2/27), and you can get in on the action for just $5! Since spring training started, New York Yankees tickets have climbed up to $49 on average.
2/18/14 - After a stellar offseason, as far as smart acquisitions and players getting healthy, Mark Teixeira stated: "We're back to being the Yankees again. Last year, we weren't the Yankees…No excuses this year, we have a team that can compete for a world championship." This revelation could not have come at a better time, because the New York Yankees were just dealt the inevitable blow that would herald the end of an era: Derek Jeter says he will retire after the 2014 season. The shortstop, and face of the franchise, will be heading into his 20th MLB season and 40th birthday, and hopes this will be the perfect season to ride off into the sunset. Send this legend off right and watch him partake in his last Spring Training ever! New York Yankees tickets for their first game of the spring against the Pittsburgh Pirates are up $5 but still just $10 to start.
2/11/14 - In an effort to evade a snowstorm and make it in-time for camp, Masahiro Tanaka rented a Boeing 787 to fly in six passengers (including himself) from Japan. If this flashy New York debut is any indication of how this larger-than-life Japanese pitcher will play in the Big Apple, we're in for an exciting season (and six more after that). This high-profile player will report for camp in three days, and you can see him take the mound up close during Spring Training. Get Yankees tickets for their exhibition game against the Florida State Seminoles (2/25) for $2 or against the Pittsburgh Pirates for $5. These are the lowest prices you'll find all year for this star-studded New York team, take advantage of them!
1/30/14 - MLB’s looming offseason question, “what team will land Japanese super star Masahiro Tanaka?” was answered by none other than big-market team, the New York Yankees. The Bombers awarded the right-hander the richest contract for an international free agent in the history of MLB. You’ve got to see Tanaka take the field during Spring Training with other big-name acquisitions: Jacoby Ellisbury, Cesar Beltran, Brian Roberts and Brian McCann. New York Yankees tickets for Spring Training games are a reasonable $47 on average. Get out there and see this talent unleash this spring!
The New York Yankees have been making headlines all year, and it’s not just because of Alex Rodriguez’s suspension. The Yankees’ first move this winter was to acquire former Atlanta Braves’ catcher, Brian McCann, to clean up their sloppy game behind the plate. Many Yankee fans were certain that long time Bomber Robinson Cano would be offered a hefty contract, he was, but with the Seattle Mariners (at $240 million for 10 years). This gaping hole left at second base has since been filled by Brian Roberts, backed by Kelly Johnson and Brendan Ryan as utility players. Ryan is also going to be used at reliever for Derek Jeter, who will be making his return after missing 145 games last season.
Perhaps the question in MLB was: which team would land coveted Japanese ace Masahiro Tanaka? The New York Yankees came through with a seven-year $155 million deal, beating out numerous other large offers for the right-hander (in addition to a $20 million fee to his Japanese team). Their loaded bullpen will now feature CC Sabathia, Hiroki Kuroda, Ivan Nova and David Phelps in the starting rotation. The Bronx’s front office has made so much noise this offseason; you’ve got to see if it all pays off with some New York Yankees tickets today!
7/25/13 - While earlier reports of the Bronx Bombers’ demise may have seemed premature, there is still a strong possibility of two things happening to the Evil Empire: one, the Yanks stay well above .500 for the rest of the season yet fail to make the playoffs; or two, age finally catches up with them, as it seems to be doing to both Alex Rodriguez and Derek Jeter, neither of whom have seen time in the starting lineup. Haters hope – yet fans fear -- it could be a long, dry stretch run for the Yankees.
35 years ago, New York Yankees reliever Sparky Lyle wrote The Bronx Zoo — a book detailing the circus that was the 1978 New York Yankees. The 2013 Yankees could very well raise memories of those years, with a combination of media-darling stars, players returning from injuries, and the pressure-cooker situation that is inherent in being the subject of intense scrutiny and high expectations, by both New York City media, and fans. Coming back from injury are shortstop and team captain Derek Jeter, and shutdown closer Mariano Rivera — both of whom are also reaching an advanced age for high-level baseball success. While offensive catalyst Robinson Cano returns healthy and strong, another batting star, Curtis Granderson, recently suffered a broken arm which will leave him on the disabled list for an extended period. Also worth keeping an eye on is Alex Rodriguez. After C.C. Sabathia, Yankees starting pitching is also suspect; Andy Pettitte, Phil Hughes, Ivan Nova and Hiroki Kuroda are either advancing in age (Pettitte) or are very inconsistent (Hughes, Nova, Kuroda). In case Rivera is either ineffective or chooses to retire (or both), the Yanks acquired closer Rafael Soriano from Washington. So whether you know them as the Evil Empire, or as the Bronx Bombers, skipper Joe Girardi's squad will always be in the news.
Yankees tickets average $80 in the Bronx, the 8th most expensive MLB tickets this season. While it's no surprise the New York Yankees are one most popular baseball teams, it's hard to believe the Subway-rival New York Mets have higher average ticket prices at Citi Field in 2103, almost $10 more per ticket than the Bronx Bombers. Who do Yankees fans want to see play at Yankee Stadium? The 2013 Yankees schedule includes must-see series with the Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Mets
, and world champion San Francisco Giants. New York Yankees tickets for each of these series average $100 or more per ticket. Baseball fans wanting to enjoy Yankee Stadium without a high ticket price tag should checkout home games versus the Arizona Diamondbacks, Houston Astros, Miami Marlins, Philadelphia Phillies and Pittsburgh Pirates — all average under $50. Cheap Yankees tickets to these Yankee Stadium games are as low as $5 in the Grandstands. On the road, the Yankees are the most popular team again in 2013; away game tickets average $127 — the highest in the League and $47 more per Yankees baseball ticket than at home.