The New York Yankees have held the title of professional baseball's most popular and successful team since the prime of historic slugger Babe Ruth. New York Yankees tickets were incredibly popular before the 2009 season, but since the new version of the legendary ballpark opened its doors, Yanks tickets can be very hard to come by. Lucky for you, cheap New York Yankees tickets are available and highly accessible here at Ticketprocess.com
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Literally dozens of professional baseball legends have worn the Yanks pinstripes over the past century. In fact, all but the numbers two and six are retired among the first ten digits, and Derek Jeter wears number two. Simply put, this is a franchise that is built to crank out superstars. The late George Steinbrenner may be out of the picture, but his legacy continues, and the many talented players that he procured during his final years continue to propel the team to greatness. As a result, New York Yankees tickets continue to be highly coveted.
When Joe Girardi took over as the manager for the Yanks after the departure of hometown favorite Joe Torre in 2007, the future of the team was somewhat uncertain. In the four seasons since, Girardi has shown that he is fit for the sizable task, and the Illinois native has the team headed for the playoffs again this year.
Alex Rodriguez has recently been included in the discussion regarding the best players of all time, and the chance to see him in person is currently at your fingertips. Shortstop Derek Jeter is turning in another incredible year, but the first ballot Hall-of-Famer will not be playing for too much longer. Centerfielder Curtis Granderson has emerged as the team's best all-round player, and when he has a good day, watching him is arguably worth the price of admission.