Contact of New York Yankees (phone, email)

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Find below customer service details of New York Yankees. Besides contact details, the page also offers a brief overview of the MLB team.

Head Office
Yankee Stadium
One E 161st Street
Bronx, NY 10451
United States

Customer Service
Phone: 212-YANKEES
Phone: 877-469-9849
Phone: 646-977-8900
Phone: 646-977-8000
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]

About New York Yankees
New York Yankees is an American professional baseball team established in the year 1901. A member of the American League, East Division, the team regularly competes in the Major League Baseball (MLB). First named as Baltimore Orioles and then as New York Highlanders, the team has its home ground at Yankee Stadium in Bronx, New York City. As for the titles to its credit, New York Yankees boasts of 27 World Series titles, 40 AL Pennants, and 19 East Division titles. The team’s jersey colors are comprised of navy blue, red and gray.

Fans can visit the official Yankees website for latest news, and schedule on ongoing and upcoming games. The scores and stats show the standings of players as well as teams. Individual game tickets can be purchased at the stadium’s Box Office or online using a Visa or MasterCard. Through the interactive seat chart, you can select preferred seat. The ticket costs vary by section and row. Yankees also offers a number of season ticket plans. You have Full Season, 41-Game and 20-Game plan. Season ticket offers fans a designated seat for all games and a number of other amenities. Full and partial season ticket licensees can also participate in the Yankees Club Legacy Rewards program. Members enjoy savings off individual game ticket price, discounted parking, flexible payment plan and online account management.

To catch all the home games during a month for a single price, the team offers fans the Yankees Ballpark Pass. It gives general admission to stadium in a standing-room only location. The pass as well as tickets can be digitally saved and managed through the MLB Ballpark app. Existing ticket holders can sell their tickets through StubHub. The ticketing marketplace facilitates both buying and selling, and is extremely popular among baseball fans. Looking for premium seating? The premium seating options include Legends Suite, Champions Suite, Delta SKY360 Suite, Ford Field MVP Club Seats, Field MVP Outdoor Suite Boxes and Jim Beam Suite. Most suites come with personal concierge service, private entrance and restrooms, in-seat wait service, and complimentary snacks and beverages. The luxury suites offer a private viewing space that can accommodate 12-34 people.

Cannot make it to a Yankees game? Catch all the action live on MLB.TV. With a single subscription, you can stream content on smartphone, tablet or smart TV. Yankees fans can purchase branded team merchandise on the official shop here. You can shop for jerseys, jackets, accessories, collectibles and memorabilia using major credit cards. All purchases come with a 100-day returns. For complaints or queries on tickets, cancellation, refund, online shopping, streaming, or others, reach the Yankees support.

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  1. As a long-time Yankee fan and baseball coach, it pains me to watch the Yankees now.
    I don not fault you for their performance in recent years as I believe you are one of the best GM’s in the game. However, I feel the Yankees will never win it all as long as Hal Steinbrenner is calling the shots. All he seems to care about is staying under the cap which has prevented the Yankees from making deals that would greatly benefit the team.

    Do you think George S. would have allowed Lindor to go to the Mets when the Yanks were in need of a reliable shortstop? Clearly, Torres is not the answer. He is totally inconsistent in terms of footwork and throwing angle which accounts for his erratic throws to first. Even getting Didi back would be an upgrade at the position as well as adding an effective lefty bat to the line-up.

    Had they gotten Lindor or Didi, the infield could consist of Le Mahieu at first, Torres at second and Urshela at 3rd along with the shortop, a dramatic improvement over the current situation.

    Brian–I’m counting on you to influence Steinbrenner to make moves that will improve the team, not the bottom line. It is no coincidence that the Yanks haven’t won it all in more than a decade. This trend will continue until Hal S. is replaced or you can convince him to give up decision-making authority on trades.

  2. Vincent Fiorica Reply

    My name is Vincent and I am almost 93 years old and have been a Yankee fan my whole life, it is very rare that I miss a game. I would like to offer some advise to Manager Aaron Boone about the current hitting situation with Gary Sanchez, his batting can be improved by changing his left elbow position to a horizontal position, he currently starts his swing by raising his elbow then swinging which makes for a belayed swing. By starting with his elbow in the horizontal position he will improve his swing time with out delay.

    Go Yankees, Thank You Vincent Fiorica

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