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New York Yankees - Tampa
2015 Post-Season Wild Card Team

PHOTO: George M. Steinbrenner Field

George M. Steinbrenner Field
1 Steinbrenner Drive
Tampa, FL 33614
Ticket Information:
(813) 879-2244

Official New York Yankees Web Site

Attending a New York Yankees Game at Steinbrenner Field

Named after the late George Steinbrenner, the boss, the field honoring his name makes it all work in a spring-training ballpark with a seating capacity of 11,076, and a feel grander than it really is. Steinbrenner Field stirs up more nostalgia than it really should, too, for a stadium that's only been here since 1996. With the largest seating capacity among Grapefruit League stadiums, the Yankees have been the leaders in total attendance each year since their move to Tampa. Yankees tickets are the hardest to come by in the Grapefruit League even in the league's largest venue

Steinbrenner Field is home to Yankee legends for whom the field is named. Take a trip down memory lane as the greatest Yankees are honored with a retired number and plaque of 15 players honoring Yankees numbers that have been retired by the team. Men like Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle and all the rest. Steinbrenner Field also features the largest Yankee memorabilia store in the Southeast. In the Legends Room you can choose from 100's of different Yankee products. The Legends Room's vast inventory includes souvenirs from the New York Yankees, Tampa Yankees, and Steinbrenner Field merchandise.

The design and sight lines are a plus at Steinbrenner Field. Every seat is a great seat to watch a game -- very intimate, yet spacious and open too, with seats angled toward the field. The concessions provide plenty of variety, with plenty of great eats New York-style, of course; you can also sample all different kinds of beers. Unlike the Bronx Zoo, it's zestfully clean and they'll play Sinatra's "New York, New York," win or lose, kid.

Yankees Spring Training Ticket Prices & Information

2016 Ticket Prices
Level 1:
104-118 - $33; Level 2: 102-103, 119-120 - $31; Level 3: 203-219 - $29; Level 4: 201-202, 220-221 - $17; Level 5: First two levels of the Right Field Deck - $32; Level 6: Deck picnic table bench area - $27

For Early Bird Pricing, see www.steinbrennerfield.com for pricing outline.

Season tickets for 2016 Yankees Spring Training home games are on sale now www.steinbrennerfield.com or www.yankees.com, beginning at $240. Individual-game spring tickets will go on sale January 15, 2016

For ticket information, fans can call (813) 879-2244 or visit www.steinbrennerfield.com or www.yankees.com.

Pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report on February 19 with a first workout on February 20. Position players set to report on February 24 and the first full squad workout will be February 25, 2016.

Stadium Information

The 2016 season will mark the Yankees 21st Spring Training at this location. The stadium was completed in 1996.

Parking: $10
Dimensions: 318 feet down left field foul line, 314 feet to right and 408 feet to center.
Seating Capacity: 11,076

Practices held at George M. Steinbrenner Field daily until exhibition games begin.

Click here for a Steinbrenner Field Seating Diagram

Steinbrenner Field is also home to the Tampa Yankees, the Yankees Class A Florida State League affiliate

Directions to Steinbrenner Field

Find in Google Maps

From north or south:
Take I-275 to Route 92 (Dale Mabry North) exit 41B. Proceed north approximately three miles. George M. Steinbrenner Field is on the corner of Dale Mabry and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

From Tampa Airport:
Proceed out the Airport exit to Spruce Street. Approximately 2 miles, make a left on North Dale Mabry (US Highway 92) for approximately 1 mile. George M. Steinbrenner Field will be on your left.

Traffic and Road Construction Information from the Florida Department of Transportation
Learn about important traffic and roadway conditions by visiting www.FL511.com. This service reports travel times, road construction, lane closures and more on major Florida roadways.

New York Yankees Spring Training History

1919-20 Jacksonville
1925-42 St. Petersburg (Crescent Lake Park Field)
1946-50 St. Petersburg
1952-61 St. Petersburg (Al Lang Field)
1962-95 Ft. Lauderdale (Fort Lauderdale Stadium)
1996-2015 Tampa (Legends Field/George M. Steinbrenner Field)

Yankees Spring Training Attendance (2005-15)

      2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Total     152,655 152,024 154,661 139,497 168,922 158,611 163,085 162,832 164,796 151,564 171,915
Games     15 15 15 13 16 15 15 15 16 15 17
Average     10,177 10,135 10,311 10,731 10,558 10,574 10,872 11,048 10,300 10,104 10,113

Area Information

Tampa Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau, (813) 223-1111 or www.visittampabay.com
Tampa Bay Sports Commission, (813) 350-6557 or www.tampabaysports.org

Other Spring Training sites nearby
Bright House Field, Clearwater, Home of the Philadelphia Phillies - 17 miles to the West
Dunedin Stadium, Dunedin, Home of the Toronto Blue Jays - 23 miles to the West
Joker Marchant Stadium, Lakeland, Home of the Detroit Tigers - 40 miles to the East
McKechnie Field, Bradenton, Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates - 46 miles to the South
Ed Smith Stadium, Sarasota, Home of the Baltimore Orioles, 57 miles to the South



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