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MichaelWant to visit the ball park one more time before it's gone...

Planning on taking a trip this year with my Dad. He’ll be 82 next week, is a lifelong Yankee fan, and has never been to the stadium. I couldn’t believe it either. 6 years ago


thor007Untitled

I am not a Yankees fan but I can tell you that I now have a better understanding of Yankees fans. Normally I would have very little nice to say about them, but they seemed to be no different than other fans (as long as you have a yankees hat on which i choose to do to insure no difficulties) Yankee stadium (the house that ruth built not the house that stienbrenner built) is neat, its old, its not the best stadium i have been to by a long shot but the history….. honestly when i walked into that place and saw that field i got goose bumps (again hate yankees) that place does have ghosts…gehrig,ruth,rizzuto,and mantle. You can almost see them. Most interesting thing is how far away the fences used to be back in the day. The 29 yankees had to hit the snot out of the ball to get it out of the yard. new respect for the power of those clubs of the past. go see it you do not have much time left. 6 years ago


BenThe only reason to visit NYC

Box score from June 29, 2006 vs the Orioles:
http://www.baseball-almanac.com/box-scores/boxscore.php?boxid=199606290NYA 6 years ago


Morriss ParteeLOUD LOUD LOUD WOOOOOO

Wow, Yankee Stadium is a freaking trip!!!! Totally worth it. Drove down from Western Mass with my Red Sox-loving office crew in a minivan to see Dice-K and the Red Sox take on Petitte and the Yanks. It was a great time, and VERY interesting to see Yankee Stadium in person. Much different than on TV. Now I understand how you can hit a triple in the leftfield-centerfield gap…. plus how you can hit homers down right down either line… it’s practically like having Fenway’s Pesky Pole in BOTH corners. And the stadium was about 2/3 or maybe 3/4 full, and it was LOUD… I can’t imagine how that house must rock when it’s full and a playoff game!!!! It was fun even though the Sox lost. Our seats were on the very last/top row of the Stadium, behind home plate, and it was still a very good view. 7 years ago


hubsFun But The Yankees Played Like Crap

It was a quintessential New York experience. Particularly the scalping of tickets under the subway – that was seriously sketchy. The yanks played like crap and actually walked two run in to lose the game but the fans were rabid and loud so the people watching was good. And despite the long lines the beer and hot dogs hit the spot, I suggest however, skipping the “soft” pretzels. 7 years ago


Lindaamazing!!!

i went on tues aug 15, yankees beat the orioles…seriously wonderful game. got to see all of my favorite pitchers (mussina, proctor, & MARIANO RIVERA!!!) & the yankees ended up on top. i couldn’t have asked for a better game to see at yankee stadium! =) 8 years ago


vichittUntitled

I went to New York back in 2001 and saw my favorite team, the Yankees, play Baltimore. The game was great because of the history of the stadium, the New York atmoshere, and the whole experience. I also got to see one of my favorite players, Cal Ripken Jr., who played on the Orioles at that time. 9 years ago


bloomsday616Let's Go Yankees!

I’ve seen a lot of games at the stadium and it’s the best place to see a ball game. There’s so much history at Yankee Stadium and the team has been so good for its entire history! Yes, there have been lean years but it’s worth making the trip to see this magnificent stadium. 9 years ago


PowerPuff618Go Yankees!

Best Team Ever.. Best Fans! 9 years ago


jdoego bernie #51

ive done this a few times =) a lot of fun if your into baseball! 9 years ago


Tobias FordUntitled

Went a few times. I like sitting in left field. 9 years ago


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