(PRWEB) June 26, 2012
The New York Yankees have amassed more fans than every other team in the major leagues over the course of their storied history, which dates back to the year 1901. It seems that about half of the legends of the game of baseball wore pinstripes during their playing days, and New York Yankees tickets have been popular items in The Bronx and beyond for well over a century. TicketProcess.com is one of the internet's most popular destinations for all sports tickets, and they have a large inventory of Yankees tickets "without the service fees" ready to sell immediately.
The Yankees have assumed their normal position atop the American League East standings after coasting along for the first few months of the season, and this year's team is clearly poised to make a run at the World Series. A logical assessment of the American League suggests that only the Texas Rangers stand in the way of a Yankee appearance in The Fall Classic, and the Yankees appear to have a much better pitching staff half way through this year's campaign. Veteran hurler C.C. Sabathia eats up innings quicker than bacon cheeseburgers, and the supporting staff is finally rounding into form.
The Subway Series recently wrapped after three hard-fought games with the crosstown rival Mets, and the Yankees are certainly looking forward to returning to the luscious confines of their home park. Of the Yankees next 20 games, 13 of them will be played at home, giving fans from all over New York City -- as well as those that may be visiting the hub of culture and recreation in the next month -- an opportunity to see the Bronx Bombers up close and personal. Two late-July series against the Boston Red Sox and the Baltimore Orioles are sure to sell-out soon and have a major impact on the playoff race, which is expected to be very tight down the stretch. As of press time, all five teams in the American League East were separated by only five games.
When the New Yankee Stadium opened its doors in 2009, it was met with a mixture of awe and melancholy. Millions of Yankee fans have memories of attending games at the old park, and it will always be in the hearts of those that cheer for the Yanks. That having been said, the new park is a comfortable masterpiece. Back in 2009 and 2010, Yankees tickets were selling for astronomical prices, to the point where a typical mom and pop simply couldn't afford to take their youngsters to a ballgame. Thankfully, the average price of Yankee Stadium tickets has dropped steadily in recent years, and TicketProcess.com is now offering New York Yankees tickets at lower prices online. In Addition to saving on Yankees tickets, The site is offering savings on all MLB Tickets this summer.