Lots of people have been asking about tickets for the All-Star Game. Here is what I was able to find out:
It’s a MLB event and as such, they take 17,000 tickets. That leaves roughly 38,000 for the Yankees to distribute.
The team has close to 80,000 season-ticket holders, either full or partial plans. Those people will have first access to the All-Star game tickets. Priority will likely go those who have had their season ticket plans the longest.
If any tickets are left, they will go on sale to the general public. The odds of that would appear slim. As more information becomes available, I’ll pass that along.
As for single-game sales for the regular season, we’re still a few weeks away.