Yankees tickets will be displaying what every MLB team needs, which is staying power. There’s a simple reason Yankees tickets have rewarded fans with more World Series wins than any other MLB team. The Yankees have staying power, consistently appearing in the post-season, and putting themselves in position to reach the ultimate goal in baseball. In 2015 Yankees tickets will do it again, though there are some questions as to whether the Yankees can win it all. But isn’t that what makes Major league Baseball interesting?
While the New York Yankees didn’t make the usual splash in free agency, there are good reasons to believe they can win the Al East. With C.C. Sabathia signed to a long term contract, and Phil Hughes on the roster, New York has enough pitching for the long haul. Sabathia posted a 40-15 record over the last two season, with Hughes coming in at 18-8. What’s not clear is where the rest of the rotation will come from. New pitching coach Larry Rothschild will have to get steady production from A. J. Burnett, Ivan Nova, and Bartolo Colon to make the Yankees pitching rotation work.
Yankees tickets have given fans and opposing teams big doses of Derek Jeter for so long it’s hard to imagine a New York Yankees club that doesn’t. But the 2012 Yankees may have to find a way to win without the big bat of Derek Jeter. After a contentious offseason, Jeter rejoined the fold. But the acrimony, coupled with two years of declining performance, may spell the end of the glory days for the Yankees hero. With Jeter hitting 36 years old, along with the aging of the rest of the roster, the Yankees may soon be looking for new blood.
Make no mistake the Yankees are a team that can overcome any one of a number of faults with sheer batting power. Last season New York led the MLB with 859 runs, good enough to push themselves to a 95 win season and an American League Wild Card spot. Mark Teixeira is still in his prime and contributed 33 home runs, while Robinson Cano added 29. And of course Alex Rodriguez, a rock at third base, accumulated 30 home runs and 125 RBI. In an AL East that features a Boston Red Sox team laden with new talent and heavily favored to reach a World Series, and fast Tampa Bay Rays team that could surprise more than one odds maker, New York Yankees tickets are a sure bet for bringing one of the most exciting races in the MLB to Yankee Stadium on a weekly basis.
It wasn’t five minutes after the New York Yankees won their last World Series before the predictions of another New York championship was being discussed. Those speculations look good for the 2010 New York Yankees. After all, Mark Teixeira will still be there at the plate knocking in home runs and Alex Rodriguez is the best guy around to get you that crucial RBI. On the mound the Yankees still feature C.C. Sabathia and Andy Pettitte to confound opposing batters. And in a tight game Mariano Rivera can pull out the save. Even playing in the American League East, with their eternal rivals the Boston Red Sox, the Yankees look good for a pennant. Once again in 2010, the New York Yankees tickets will deliver a shot at a World Series win.
Great Yankees Tickets
While any day spent at Yankees Stadium is a good day there will be some days that are extra special. The days when the Boston Red Sox come to town are always sellout games, an event that can’t be passed up. Lately the Tampa Bay Rays have been making waves in the AL East so those are high demand Yankees tickets. But whether it’s the Sox, Rays, or Reds, you can’t go wrong with New York Yankees tickets. With the greatest baseball venue in the world to explore, and the winningest franchise in the world of baseball down on the field, the New York Yankees experience is one that just can’t be passed up. But don’t take our word for it. Get New York Yankees tickets and find out for yourself.
2009 New York Yankees Tickets
New York Yankees tickets will once again bring MLB fans the most watched and most expensive collection of talent in Major League Baseball. A chip off the old block, Hal Steinbrenner made the splashiest signing of 2009 as he tapped Mark Teixeira with a $180 million dollar club to bring his bat to the Big Apple. Not content with spending chump change, the Yankees will also feature pitching ace C.C. Sabathia in his debut year in pinstripes.
Of course, 2009 Yankees ticket holders still enjoy the services of Derek Jeter, Johnny Damon, and Matsui. It all adds up to a massive collection of talent on view with Yankees tickets. The new blood is designed to elevate the Yankees from the unfamiliar place they occupied last season, namely third in the AL East. As the excitement of new talent pervades New Yankee Stadium, fans are looking for a return to the annual World Series trips that have routinely accompanied New York Yankees tickets. They just might get it in 2009.
The Yanks Are Coming
The Yanks are coming. Not much doubt about it. Despite a few tough series against the Red Sox and a bad weekend in Los Angeles, all signs in the Bronx point to post-season baseball this fall in the new Yankee Stadium.
Today, the Yanks head into the All-Star break just three games behind first place Boston in the AL East. At 51-37 they have the second best record in the American League. The make-up of the second half schedule, the law of averages and the appearance of some young new talent all point to baseball this October in the new ball park in the Bronx.
While the Yankees open their second half against Central division leading Detroit, nine of their remaining 74 games will come against Oakland and Kansas City, two teams with the worst records in the American League. Of the nine games that remain against first place Boston, six will be played in the Bronx and only three at Fenway. The Sox have swept the Yankees their previous eight meetings this season. With the Yankees once again looking healthy there isn’t much chance that will happen again. The law of averages alone makes it unlikely. Yankee pride and the hometown advantage say, “It ain’t gonna happen again!” So does the return of several key players who saw extended time on the DL this spring and some surprising contributions from those called up early to replace them.
The Yankees started the season with Alex Rodriguez on the disabled list. Since his return in mid-May, A-Rod has already hit 17 homers and knocked in 50 runs. His return has also meant that pitchers could no longer avoid the bat of Mark Teixeira. Batting clean-up, behind A-Rod, Teixeira now has 63 RBI’s to go with his 21 home runs.
The Yankees have similarly played long stretches without Jorge Posada behind the plate. Injuries to Xavier Nady, Hideki Matsui and Johnny Damon have also hurt. But now, not only are Posada, Matsui and Damon returning to form, their absences led to playing time for several young players who could figure prominently in the Yankees future.
One of those players is Brett Gardner. The speedy outfielder spent several weeks with the club late in 2008. He demonstrated great base running and defensive skills, but questions remained about his ability to hit major league pitching. Playing more regularly he now leads the team in stolen bases with 18 and is hitting 285.
Francisco Cervelli was barely on the radar as a major league catcher when injuries to Jorge Posada and Jose Molina thrust him into a starting role behind the plate. With Posada turning 38 this summer, Cervelli looks like a shoe-in to someday share catching duties with Molina, a defensive whiz, but only a 238 lifetime hitter.
In a recent trade the Yankees also picked up former Rookie of the Year Eric Hinske, who has responded with three home runs in his first twelve at-bats in New York.
Harvey leads Mets to victory over Yankees
Harvey, who grew up as a Yankees fan in New London, Conn., was making his first start at Yankee Stadium. He improved to 4-0 with a 3.04 ERA in his comeback campaign by giving up five hits, walking two and striking out seven. He threw 107 pitches.
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DH Alex Rodriguez went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts against Mets RHP Matt Harvey on Saturday. On the first strikeout, Harvey blew a 97 mph fastball by Rodriguez and then got a strikeout on an 89 mph changeup. "He's as good as advertised, no doubt about it ...
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Yankees News: Jacoby Ellsbury Injured in Loss to Mets
Yanks Go Yard
New York Yankees starting center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury was removed from Saturday's 8-2 loss to the New York Mets in the eight-inning because he was experiencing some sort of tightness in his right hip. According to Jamal Collier of MLB.com, skipper Joe ...
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Holy $hit betting stat of the day: Yankees love seeing Wolf behind the plate
The New York Yankees love when umpire Jim Wolf is calling balls and strikes, having won 11 consecutive games when he is behind home plate. That is where Wolf will be Sunday night when the Yankees and the New York Mets play the rubber match in their ...
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