New York Yankees
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Yankee Stadium opened in 2009 replacing the old Yankee Stadium which was the New York Yankees home from 1923 to 2008 with the exception of two years in the 1970's when Yankee Stadium was remodeled. Yankee Stadium is located in the Bronx borough of New York City north of Manhattan.
Two MTA subway lines, A and 4, provide service between Manhattan and Yankee Stadium. The "A" Line runs north-south in Manhattan on Eighth Avenue and Line 4 runs north-south in Manhattan on Lexington Avenue.There is limited expensive parking near Yankee Stadium.
New York Yankees Tickets
Great tickets (sometimes less than stadium prices) for home and away games are available from a registered ticket broker.
New York Yankees History
The New York Yankees have won more World Series (27) than any other baseball team. The latest was in 2009, the first year in new Yankee Stadium when the Yankees beat the Philadelphia Phillies. The Yankees won the World Series four years in a row two different times (1936-39 and 1950-53).
The Yankees won the 2011 American League East Division, but lost in the first round of the playoffs to the Detroit Tigers.
The Yankees won the Eastern Division and had the best record in the American League. They defeated division rivals Baltimore Orioles in the First Round of the playoffs and were defeated by the Detroit Tigers for the American League Pennant.
Yogi Berra was an All-Star catcher for the Yankees from 1946 to 1963. Berra played on 10 Yankee World Championship teams and 14 American League pennant winning teams which is more than any other player in baseball history. Berra had 358 home runs and was voted Most Valuable Player three times in his career. Yogi Berra is in the baseball Hall of Fame.