NEW YORK, April 1, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Knowledgeable fans looking to buy New York Yankees tickets know that Ticketability.com is the place to go for 2013 New York Yankees tickets. The season gets under way with another historic Opening Day versus the Boston Red Sox on Monday. First pitch for that contest is set for 1:05 p.m. The series continues with games on Wednesday and Thursday at 7:05 each evening. Seats are available at Ticketability.com for every game this season.
The 2013 squad is looking to better its 2012 campaign in which the team played well up to a disappointing four-game sweep at the hands of the Detroit Tigers in the American League Championship Series. The Yankees will play host to the Tigers one time this year. That three-game weekend series will take place from Aug. 9-11. The team also opens Detroit's home schedule this year with a three-game campaign in the Motor City from Friday-Sunday. Seats are available at Ticketability.com for those contests as well.
The two National League teams that used to be based in New York head to Yankee Stadium this season, and fans looking to find New York Yankees tickets for those contests have already been picking up seats in high numbers. The Los Angeles Dodgers, formerly of Brooklyn, will play two games at Yankee Stadium on June 18 and 19. The San Francisco Giants will be in town for three games from Sept. 20-22. The Giants used to play just across the Harlem River at the Polo Grounds.
Yankee Stadium itself is reason enough for many to buy New York Yankees tickets for a home game. Although the ballpark is new, it was built across the street from the former Yankee Stadium that had served as the team's home from 1923 until its closure in 2008. The new stadium was also designed with the former stadium in mind as many of the design elements are the same at the new venue. At $1.5 billion, it was also the most expensive baseball stadium ever built.
Many who find New York Yankees tickets at Ticketability.com regularly listen to and watch Yankees games on the radio and on television, respectively. John Sterling serves as the play-by-play announcer for KCBS and the entire nine-state Yankees Radio Network. Every regular season and postseason game is broadcast on the radio. The YES Network broadcasts the majority of Yankee games on television. Many Saturday and Sunday games are broadcast on FOX and ESPN, respectively.
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