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Yankees release 2011 ticket information

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Via the Yankees, here’s the information on tickets for next season.

YANKEES RELEASE 2011 TICKET INFORMATION

The New York Yankees today announced ticket information for the upcoming 2011 regular season at Yankee Stadium, which is scheduled to begin on Thursday, March 31, when the Yankees host the Detroit Tigers.

The Yankees will play 13 of their first 16 games – and 20 of their first 28 contests – at home. Interleague matchups at Yankee Stadium in 2011 include the annual Subway Series vs. the Mets (5/20-22), as well as games against Colorado (6/24-26) and Milwaukee (6/28-30). The Yankees’ final five home games of the season will be vs. Tampa Bay (9/20-21) and Boston (9/23-25).

The Yankees drew 3,765,807 fans to Yankee Stadium in 2010, leading the Majors in home attendance. The team also averaged a Major League-best 46,491 fans per game.  The Yankees have led the American League in home attendance in each of the last eight seasons and have topped the AL in combined attendance (home and road) in each of the last 12 seasons.

As in past years, the Yankees will make available individual-game ticket value programs throughout the 2011 season.  A complete list of ticket specials, including game dates, seating locations, and terms and conditions, can be found at www.yankees.com/ticketspecials, by calling (212) YANKEES (926-5337) or e-mailing tickets@yankees.com.  Please note that all ticket specials are subject to availability and all offers are subject to change.

Information regarding the on-sale for individual-game tickets at Yankee Stadium will be announced at a later date.

* E-Saver Games – Fans can register at www.yankees.com/esaver to receive weekly e-mail ticket offers for E-Saver Games available only to Yankees e-mail subscribers.

* $5 Games – For select games during the 2011 season, fans can purchase tickets in select areas of the Terrace Level, Grandstand Level or Bleachers for $5. Tickets for $5 Games may be purchased in advance or on the day of the game. (Excludes all Premium Games*.)

* Tuesday Night Games Ticket Special – For each Tuesday night home game at Yankee Stadium, fans can take advantage of specially discounted tickets in select areas of the Grandstand Level. Tickets for Tuesday Night Games may be purchased in advance or on the day of the game. (Excludes all Premium Games*.)

* Family Games – Families can enjoy specially priced tickets on designated Monday through Thursday games in April, May and September. Tickets may be purchased in advance or on the day of game. (Excludes all Premium Games*.)

* Senior Citizen Games – Senior Citizens (60 and older) can purchase $5 tickets in designated seating locations for select Monday through Thursday games. Tickets may be purchased ONLY on the day of the game at Yankee Stadium Ticket Windows, adjacent to Gate 4, and are subject to availability.  All tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis. A valid form of identification must be presented at the time of purchase. (Excludes all Premium Games*.)

* Student Games – For select games during the 2011 season, students who present their valid high school or college ID cards when purchasing tickets can receive one half-price ticket in designated seating locations. Tickets may be purchased ONLY on the day of the game at Yankee Stadium Ticket Windows, adjacent to Gate 4. (Excludes all Premium Games*.)

* Youth Games – All fans 14 and younger, when accompanied by an adult, are eligible for half-price tickets in designated seating locations for Saturday games. Tickets may be purchased ONLY on the day of the game at Yankee Stadium Ticket Windows, adjacent to Gate 4. (Excludes all Premium Games*.)

* Military Personnel Ticket Special – Active military members can present their military identification card at designated Yankee Stadium Ticket Windows before any Monday through Thursday game and receive one complimentary ticket in select areas of the Grandstand Level or Bleachers, or purchase one half-price ticket in other available non-premium seat locations at Yankee Stadium. Tickets may be purchased ONLY on the day of the game at Yankee Stadium Ticket Windows, adjacent to Gate 4. (Excludes all Premium Games*.)

* The term “Premium Games” is defined for the 2011 season as the Opening Day game, the Old-Timers’ Day game and all home games played against the Boston Red Sox and New York Mets. The Yankees reserve the right to add or remove Premium Games at their sole discretion.

All ticket specials are subject to availability, exclude all Premium Games and other restrictions may apply.  For official rules regarding the purchase of Premium Games tickets, please visit www.yankees.com.

MO-SAVER TICKET BOOTH:

Additionally, fans will once again have the opportunity to purchase individual-game Yankees home game tickets for prices that are up to 50 percent off face value using the Mo-Saver ticket booth at the Modell’s Sporting Goods store in Times Square (234 W. 42nd St.). Mo-Saver tickets will go on sale ONLY on the day of Yankees home games, starting at on 8:00 a.m. for day games and 12:00 p.m. for night games, and will remain available for sale while supplies last.

GROUP TICKETS:

Groups of 20 or more are eligible to take advantage of a variety of group ticket discounts. For complete group ticket information, please visit www.yankees.com, call the Yankees Group Sales Department at (212) YANKEES (926-5337), or e-mail groups@yankees.com.

For more information on pricing categories and to inquire about purchasing 2011 season tickets, fans can visit www.yankees.com.

TIME, OPPONENT, DATE AND TEAM ROSTERS AND LINEUPS, INCLUDING THE YANKEES’ ROSTER AND LINEUP,

ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

NOTICE: All persons specifically consent to and are subject to metal detector and physical pat-down inspections prior to entry.  Any person or property that could affect the safety of Yankee Stadium occupants/property shall be denied entry.


WARNING: During all batting practices, fielding practices, warm-ups and the course of the game experience, hard hit baseballs and bats and fragments thereof may be thrown or hit into the stands, concourses and concessions areas.  For everyone’s safety, please stay alert and be aware of your surroundings.  Any guest who is concerned with his or her seat location should contact any guest services representative for an alternate seat location.

Location

2011

Full-Season

2011

Partial-Season

2011

Advance

Individual Game

2011

Game Day

Individual Game

Field Level (Rows 12-30: 116-124)

$260

$275

$325

$325

Field Level (Rows 12-30: 115, 125)

$235

$250

$275

$300

Field Level (Rows 12-14: 114a-114b, 126-127a)

$225

$235

$250

$275

Field Level (Rows 15-30: 114a-114b, 126-127a)

$175

$225

$235

$250

Field Level (Rows 12-14: 112-113, 127b-128)

$150

$175

$200

$225

Field Level (Rows 15-30: 112-113, 127b-128)

$110

$115

$125

$150

Field Level (Rows 1-14: 108-111, 129-131)

$110

$115

$125

$150

Field Level (Rows 15-30: 108-111, 129-131)

$80

$90

$95

$100

Field Level (Rows 1-14: 103-107, 132-136)

$100

$110

$125

$150

Field Level (Rows 15-30: 103-107, 132-136)

$75

$85

$95

$100

Main Level (Rows 1-22: 216-217, 223-224)

$125

$135

$150

$175

Main Level (Rows 1-22: 215, 225)

$110

$115

$125

$150

Main Level (Rows 1-22: 213-214b, 226-227b)

$80

$85

$90

$95

Main Level (Rows 1-22: 210-212, 228-230)

$65

$70

$75

$80

Main Level (Rows 1-22: 205-209, 231-234)

$50

$55

$57

$60

Terrace Level (Rows 1-10: 315-316, 324-325)

$65

$75

$80

$85

Terrace Level (Rows 1-8: 313-314, 326-327)

$55

$65

$70

$75

Terrace Level (Rows 1-10: 305-312, 328-334)

$40

$45

$48

$50

Grandstand Level (Rows 1-14: 415-425)

$25

$25

$29

$30

Grandstand Level (Rows 1-14: 405-414, 426-434b)

$20

$20

$22

$23

Bleachers (Rows 1-24: 201-204, 235-239)

$15

$15

$15

$15

Bleachers (Rows 1-24: 201/239)*

$5

$5

$5

$5

*Designated seats in Sections 201 and 239 are considered obstructed and sold for $5


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44 Responses to “Yankees release 2011 ticket information”

  1. gbpackjerry November 15th, 2010 at 4:41 pm

    mine went up $5 (Main 208), not so bad i suppose…

  2. Chip November 15th, 2010 at 4:42 pm

    Or you can buy your tickets on Stub Hub for as little as a dollar – which I did more than once.

  3. LGY November 15th, 2010 at 4:44 pm

    Chip,

    I responded to your post on managers in the bottom of the last thread. Somewhat long so not going to repost it here.

  4. Bronx Jeers November 15th, 2010 at 4:47 pm

    Look like they raised the prices on the coveted bleachers.

    I might not even buy a ticket package next season. Too many problems getting playoff tix.

  5. LGY November 15th, 2010 at 4:48 pm

    “In fact, if they sign Lee to a five-year contract worth the same $23 million Sabathia earns annually, they will have $96.5 million committed to four players in 2014….In 2014, with Lee in tow, they’d be committing $24.125 million per player, with 21 more spots to fill.”

    http://riveraveblues.com/2010/.....oll-38524/

  6. Jason Voorhees November 15th, 2010 at 4:49 pm

    The Joba Rules weren’t implemented until 2008. In 2007 he was just a fireballing reliever.

  7. Jerkface November 15th, 2010 at 4:50 pm

    The Joba Rules weren’t implemented until 2008. In 2007 he was just a fireballing reliever.

    Incorrect, the original joba rules were stipulations to Joe Torre to not abuse Joba, because of his history of reliever over-use. He had to give him days of rest equal to the amount of appearances he made, and they were very strict about Joba going back to back and not starting an inning.

  8. LGY November 15th, 2010 at 4:51 pm

    “The Joba Rules weren’t implemented until 2008. In 2007 he was just a fireballing reliever.”

    ———————————–

    The original ‘Joba Rules’ were instituted when he was that fireballing reliever.

  9. Jennifer November 15th, 2010 at 4:52 pm

    So they actually open at home, but end their season on the road. What a shock. When was the last time the Yankees go to play the final regular season game at home?

  10. Erin November 15th, 2010 at 4:54 pm

    SI_JonHeyman cliff lee’s agent has told teams they’re not taking offers yet. one gm says he sees no signing before next months winter meetings

    RiverAveBlues So much for that. RT @Buster_ESPN: No, Rick Peterson will not be the Yankees’ next pitching coach. They are looking at others.

  11. DaSaint007 November 15th, 2010 at 4:57 pm

    Que cera, cera…

  12. DaSaint007 November 15th, 2010 at 4:58 pm

    Thk GD, no Rick Peterson.

  13. Chip November 15th, 2010 at 5:03 pm

    LGY read your post from the last thread and here are my thoughts on it:

    1. The original Joba rules were that Torre wasn’t able to use Joba multiple innings multiple days in a row – that is a far cry from, “we’re going to stretch him out by starting him in real games and then pulling him after two or three innings.” Torre would never have put up with that. In fact I find it hard to believe that any manager would. You are essentially saying to your team that this player’s development is more important to the organization than winning games. If I was a veteran on the Yankees I would have been livid with the concept and livid with the manager for executing it.

    2. Girardi’s by-the-book style is not the same as thinking. Basing managerial decisions on charts isn’t thinking – it’s reading. We have seen it fail the Yankees as often as not when he doesn’t let the game breath and pulls pitchers based on charts rather than on how a guy is actually pitching. Torre was too willing to let a game play out – Girardi is too tied up by his book – there is a happy medium that the Yankees have yet to find.

    3. How many managers anymore get to hire their own coaches? How many of them get to fire their coaches? General Managers are asserting more control over the game instead of sticking to their original role of assembling talent. They want games at all levels to be managed in a consistant formula that starts from short season ball and works its way up – sometimes that works, often it doesn’t – since the players who actually make your major league club often don’t all come from within your minor league system. Is this a good thing? I don’t know. Frankly I don’t care.

    Back to the orginal question – why are old school managers a dying breed – because the old-school managers who spent a lifetime playing the game don’t want to be told how to run a baseball team by a guy who never got into a game without a ticket. Guys like Torre, Pinella, Cox, Gaston – have forgotten more baseball than most of the “moneyball” GMs will ever learn.

  14. Jason Voorhees November 15th, 2010 at 5:03 pm

    The “original” Joba Rules aren’t the rules anyone is talking about when mentioning “The Joba Rules”.

    Call it ignorance, call it ESPN. But everyone immediately thinks of the “Starting” Joba Rules.

  15. Jerkface November 15th, 2010 at 5:05 pm

    Guys like Torre, Pinella, Cox, Gaston – have forgotten more baseball than most of the “moneyball” GMs will ever learn.

    Which is why they are all leaving the game, can’t have a bunch of guys managing who forgot how baseball works.

  16. Jerkface November 15th, 2010 at 5:06 pm

    Call it ignorance, call it ESPN. But everyone immediately thinks of the “Starting” Joba Rules.

    The premise of each was the same, to protect Joba’s future as a young starter rushed to the big leagues. The 2nd Joba rules were not even rules. They were a schedule of pitch counts.

    If Joba had not been terrible, he would have got more than 2 innings out of 60 pitches, fact is, he blew it himself.

  17. Yankee Trader November 15th, 2010 at 5:08 pm

    Maybe if the Yankees give the White Sox Kei Igawa, they’ll let Don Cooper out of the remaining two years on his contract, to sign as the Yankees pitching coach!!

  18. DaSaint007 November 15th, 2010 at 5:14 pm

    I’d love to see Rags as pitching coach, but SanFran’s not letting him go, and he’s home there.

  19. LGY November 15th, 2010 at 5:15 pm

    Chip,

    Just going to respond by your numbers.

    1. Then why did Torre want to come back after 2007? He had to know what we be instituted because innings limits are an organizational philosophy. This is also not unique at all to the Yankees. Managers all across baseball deal with innings limits. Cito Gaston dealt with it just last season. What do you think Torre would have quit? Players and managers all across baseball deal with these innings limits without the overreaction of “not putting up with it” or “being livid” you are asserting.

    2. What do you think Girardi’s book tells him what to do? Statistics don’t tell you what to do. They provide you with information and then you have to apply that information. It doesn’t say in his book, pull pitcher A here and insert pitcher B there. Girardi looks at his info, thinks about thoroughly, and then makes his decision.

    Do you want to know what is not thinking? Using your gut. That is more akin to reading, because whatever pops into your head you just follow what it says.

    The only reason you say its failed more often than not is that the failures are the ones that stick out. All the successes do not. The countless moves he makes throughout the season that work out are the ones that don’t stand out at all.

    Unless your asserting he is a bad manager and most of the decisions he makes are wrong?

    Finally, how do you know Girardi is not employing that medium? How do you know how much or how little of the “feel for the game” he is using? You don’t unless you are in his head.

    4. Managers are not told how to run a baseball team. Some organizational things are told to the manager regarding injuries and innings limits, but managers are not told how to manage. They are not told how to make their decisions. I don’t know where you get that idea from. Cashman is not up in the booth calling Girardi telling him what to do.

    If anything, the Yankees are involved with managerial decisions to the smallest degree they have been in 30 years. How much did GMS get involved and try to influence his manager?

  20. Nick in SF November 15th, 2010 at 5:15 pm

    Remember that time Swisher tried to bunt???

    I got so mad I must have emailed Chad 15 times! :mad:

  21. LGY November 15th, 2010 at 5:17 pm

    And Girardi is not even told what to do at all.

    He is involved in every decision Cashman makes. He talks to Cashman supposedly every day. He is an integral part of making the decisions that you are asserting he is forced to do.

  22. Jerkface November 15th, 2010 at 5:21 pm

    Cashman orders Girardi to give him his opinion, the brute.

  23. Betsy November 15th, 2010 at 5:29 pm

    So Lee is going to enjoy this process…….He’s probably going to entertain GMs from teams he has no intention of going to and why not? He’s earned the right. Yankees, Rangers, team x – either way, this is going to drag out forever.

  24. YankFanCA November 15th, 2010 at 5:31 pm

    Wow, an entire season on DirecTV’s Extra Innings for the price of one decent ticket. Nothing at all wrong with my couch seat.

  25. Betsy November 15th, 2010 at 5:32 pm

    Andy, Lee – Yanks are stuck in neutral while these guys make up their minds……….Hopefully we don’t lose out on anyone while we wait

  26. Betsy November 15th, 2010 at 5:34 pm

    In the meantime, Cash could have traded Joba plus for Haren. Since he thinks he’s a reliever, I just don’t understand that non-move.

  27. LGY November 15th, 2010 at 5:35 pm

    Chip

    Cashman played college ball btw.

    Hope that doesn’t ruin your moneyball nerd narrative.

  28. Giuseppe Franco November 15th, 2010 at 5:37 pm

    That’s hardly shocking news regarding Lee.

    When was the last time the top FA on the market signed before the Winter Meetings?

    It doesn’t happen often.

    As I said the other day, the hot stove doesn’t usually start heating up until the Winter Meetings. It appears this season is no different than usual.

  29. DaSaint007 November 15th, 2010 at 5:39 pm

    Its Lee’s first opportunity at Free Agency. Just like Crawford, Werth, and even Jeter. Hope they enjoy it.

    Actually, fewer and fewer key players are hitting the FA markets in their prime, as most GMs have learned to lock them up in their arb years, and then offer them extensions before they hit Free Agency.

    Good luck to Lee, as he’ll probably be overpaid due to the demand, but I just don’t see the Yankees giving him 6 years @ $23-25M or more AAV. He’d be 38 going on 39 at the end of that contract. Just don’t see it.

  30. Betsy November 15th, 2010 at 5:45 pm

    Absolutely he should enjoy it – this is his last big payday; who wouldn’t want to be told how great they are and how much the (fill in the blank team) needs him?

  31. SAS November 15th, 2010 at 5:52 pm

    The Yankees haven’t made any offer yet to Lee.

    I have been spoiled by all the wonderful players for the Yankees. However, when many of you were young, there were very lean years. This can and probably will happen again. Realistically, the Yankees have won more than 25% of the World Series…not too shabby. I am only going back 100 years.

  32. Jerkface November 15th, 2010 at 5:58 pm

    Girardi played major league baseball, some say he even won a world series. But he has braces, so it was probably made up.

  33. LGY November 15th, 2010 at 5:58 pm

    Another wrench in Chip’s narrative.

    Billy Beane, the target of most of these rants, played MLB for 6 seasons.

  34. DaSaint007 November 15th, 2010 at 6:03 pm

    Cheap, fallback solution to Lee, De La Rosa….

    I wonder if Cashman’s ole buddy (and “former Yankee special assignment scout for a hot minute”) Kevin Towers, who is now the Diamondback’s GM, will be willing to do business with him at these Winter Meetings.

    If Zona is restructuring and maybe reducing payroll, maybe Cash can take underperforming lefty Joe Saunders off their hands for a couple low A players that Towers scouted…

  35. EA November 15th, 2010 at 6:05 pm

    Billy Beane played the same number of MLB seasons as Tony LaRussa

  36. Betsy November 15th, 2010 at 6:08 pm

    No thank you on Saunders

  37. raymagnetic November 15th, 2010 at 6:16 pm

    “Billy Beane, the target of most of these rants, played MLB for 6 seasons.”

    Little deceptive there as he did not play the equivalent of one full season.

    Billy Beane played the equivalent of one half of a VERY bad season.

  38. Bronx Jeers November 15th, 2010 at 6:19 pm

    Lee’s not even taking offers?

    Better email Jeff Marx Moltisanti to get him to put together an “offer he can’t refuse”

  39. Jerkface November 15th, 2010 at 6:21 pm

    No one seems to have noticed that the A’s were one of the first teams to go for speedy/defense based position players as the sign of the times were changing. Moneyball is purely about building the most effective team possible through exploiting undervalued assets. Once high OBP guys became overvalued he switched it up for defense and speed.

    And he will switch it up again I’m sure.

  40. Tom in N.J. November 15th, 2010 at 6:22 pm

    Casey Stengel-who was old school-invented playing the percentages.

  41. Tom in N.J. November 15th, 2010 at 6:24 pm

    Moneyball isn’t about OBP. It’s about value, or, finding what is ‘cheap’.

  42. Tom in N.J. November 15th, 2010 at 6:24 pm

    Or, ‘What Jerkface said’

  43. Nick in SF November 15th, 2010 at 6:35 pm

    I’m so mad that Lee isn’t taking offers yet that I emailed Pete Abe by mistake. :oops:

  44. Tom in N.J. November 15th, 2010 at 6:37 pm

    I’ve emailed Al Gore.

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