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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!
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.
New York Yankees 2014 Season
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!
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.