Yankees Tickets – Down, Not Out

by Eric Drouant on June 10, 2014

Yankees tickets are in the middle of the pack in the AL east right now, 6 1/2 games back from the division leading Toronto Blue Jays. Unfortunately, the Yankees have been their own worst enemy of late, a 3-7 run over the last ten games knocking them out of second place and keeping Toronto on top. But all is not lost.

The Yankees have a chance to catch up. During the next week or so New York will be on the road, facing the Mariners first. Then comes the chance at redemption. The Yankees will be in Baltimore where they have a shot at knocking the second place Orioles down a peg. After that? It’s those AL East leading Blue jays who will have to come to Yankee Stadium. If New York can pull off as series win in Baltimore and follow it up with the same at home against Toronto, their situation improves considerably. There is still plenty of baseball left to play. A little bit of good health, some decent pitching and lively bats, and the New York Yankees can make a run at this thing.

In the meantime, you can enjoy all the thrills of New York Yankees baseball, and do it in prime seats in Yankee Stadium. Check out our selection of Yankees tickets and get with the program.

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Yankees Hope to Rebound Against Oakland

by Eric Drouant on June 3, 2014

A miserable outing against the Seattle Mariners has Yankees fans hoping for a rebound in the series against Oakland beginning tonight. The New York Yankees were swept by the Mariners so far this season as Felix Hernandez continued a hot streak and Kyle Seager had a pair of triples, a home run, and a double and Seattle bested the Yankees 10-2 yesterday.

All a Yankees fan can do is hope. That’s not to sat new York is out of it. The Yankees trail Toronto by four games at this point in the season but are working on a two-game losing streak and with the 35-22 Mariners on the slate in Yankee Stadium it’s going to be a tall order to catch up any time soon. Seattle has been a tough task for the Yankees as of late, winning 10 of their last 13.

The Yankees will meet Oakland at 7pm on both Tuesday and Wednesday night before an afternoon game at 1pm on Thursday.

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Yankees Tickets – Holding on 2

May 23, 2014

Yankees tickets have been holding their own. Earlier in the season there was considerable skepticism in the all knowing press as to the Yankees being able to compete in the AL East. Sure, the team made a few moves in the preseason, but nothing Yankee-like. In other words they didn’t commit a billion dollars to […]

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Yankees Tickets – Enjoy the Race

May 14, 2014

If you have Yankees tickets, or are thinking about Yankees tickets, you’ve got a dream scenario in front of you. While Yankees fans would ultimately love to see they’re team blow everyone away, it’s always better to beat good teams, or at least evenly matched teams, and the Yankees are currently holding their own in […]

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Tanaka Leads the Way – New York Yankees

May 3, 2014

It’s been a rough week. After three straight losses, one in extra innings, the New York Yankees found a way to win one. Just let Masahiro Tanaka do his stuff along with Mark Teixeira. Tanaka went seven innings and gave up three runs. Teixeira was a beast at the plate, driving in three runs, the […]

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Yankees Face Seattle, Tampa Bay in Yankee Stadium

May 1, 2014

The New York Yankees, fresh off a successful road trip against Boston, are set to face the Seattle Mariners and Tampa Bay Rays over the next week. New York is holding on to 1st place in the AL East by a mere 2 1/2 games and over the next seven days will be tested to […]

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Yankees on Top of AL East

April 29, 2014

The New York Yankees are surprising everyone, except maybe Yankees ticket holders, as they pound their way through the schedule and currently reside on top of the AL East. The Yankees are 15-10 and hold a two and a half game lead over the Baltimore Orioles at 12-12. Looking back over recent history it’s obvious […]

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Yankees Fall to Sox 5-1, Pineda Substance Shocker

April 25, 2014

Oh My God, the New York Yankees lost to Boston 5-1 yesterday. Even more shocking, Michael Pineda was ejected for pine tar. Yes, pine tar. How imaginative. Pineda now faces a suspension at a time when New York needs all the pitching it can get. I guess we shouldn’t be surprised. It was just a […]

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Yankees Top Sox 9-3, Ellsbury Shines

April 25, 2014

OK, so you take your first trip back to the ballpark where the team that allowed you to leave is waiting. What do you do? For the Yankees Jacob Ellsbury the answer is easy. You simply open up the game with a triple. How hard is that? Ellsbury added a two-run double in the fifth […]

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New York Yankees Split with Tampa

April 21, 2014

It was a draw. The New York Yankees went into Tampa Bay on a four game winning streak, looking every bit like the REAL New York Yankees we’ve all come to love or hate. (There is no middle ground when it comes to the Yankees.) For a while it appeared as if New York would […]

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