The New York Yankees play at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City. This is the 100th year of the franchise. Yankee Stadium opened in 1923 and was rebuilt in 1974-75. You can walk anywhere in the stadium to watch the game. The seating on the 2nd and 3rd levels is steep, but this means no one sitting in front of you blocks your view. This game was a Subway Series game with the Yankees playing the New York Mets. The Yankees held off the Mets to win 6-4. The box score was Mets R-4, H-12, E-1 and Yankees R-6, H-11, E-0. The field lines are RF-314', RC-385', CF-408', LC-399', and LF-318'. The Yankees do not have a mascot. A must do at Yankees Stadium is a visit to Monument Park beyond the centerfield fence. In Monument Park you will find an individual display for each retired Yankee uniform and large bronze monuments of past Yankee stars. As soon as the gates open go get in line to see this area as it closes 45 minutes before game time and many people want to see it. There are signs inside the 1st level concourse directing you down the third baseline to the line-up area. See 3 pictures below. Food selection is limited in most areas, but there is a food court on the first level on the third base line. Pictures show Yankee dugout, pitchers bullpens in left and center. Monument park is between visitor bullpen on left and Yankee bullpen on right. Take the #4 subway to get there as the station is right outside right field. Traffic after the game is stalled because the fans take over the streets after the game. It took us about 30 minutes to get from our 300 level seats to the subway, but then we got right on the subway. Be sure to get a subway pass for both directions, then you don't have to stand in line to get a ticket after the game. At the present time you can get a one-day pass with unlimited trips for $7 and a one-way ticket is $2. 2009 New Stadium.
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