Riverdale, NJ (Vocus) April 16, 2010
On April 13th the New York Yankees opened season two at New Yankee Stadium versus the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim with a 7-5 victory. Defending their Major League leading 27th World Series Championship, New York Yankees tickets for the entire 2010 baseball season are selling strong according to New Jersey Ticket Broker SelectATicket.com.
After an off-season which saw Johnny Damon sign with the Detroit Tigers and Designated Hitter and World Series MVP Hideki Matsui sign with the Angels, the Yankees now have a slightly different look to their roster in 2010. Among the new faces in pinstripes are outfielder Curtis Granderson, and starting pitcher Javier Vazquez. Since 2000, Vazquez is second in innings pitched and strikeouts among MLB pitchers.
The question in the minds of Yankees fans is can they win another World Series title? The season is long and will be full of many twists and turns for sure but given their deep lineup which includes Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriquez and Mark Texiera plus the added bat of Granderson (30 home runs for Detroit in 2009), there is no shortage of offense for the Bronx Bombers.
The excitement of a new season has Yankees fans clamoring to acquire tickets for all the big matchups. Games versus the rival Boston Red Sox always sell out early. SelectATicket.com reports the demand for New York Yankees tickets this year is especially heightened as the Yankees start the season as defending champions.
“The New York Yankees are always a popular ticket. Add to that the fact they are defending champions and the stadium is still only a year old, and you can see why Yankees tickets are in high demand. For the fans, there’s not much better than the return of baseball season,” says Tom Patania, CEO of SelectATicket.
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