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Commonly referred to as America's pastime, Baseball was once the most popular sport in the United States. Before the rise of American Football, Basketball, television and other distractions, Baseball was the one thing that everyone had in common. Today, the heated rivalries and raucous fans prove that although baseball no longer stands alone in the sports world, its heritage is alive and well. For many, the experience of going to an MLB game is about more than the game being played on the field (although sometimes that's all
that matters), it's about free-flowing beer, delicious hot dogs and just having a good time.
Many people would agree that the best stadium in baseball is, without a doubt, Yankee Stadium
. Home to a Hard Rock Cafe, a Johnny Rockets and a Tommy Bahama's, there's no shortage of food here. Wear an opposing jersey, and get ready for an earful (all in good fun of course). The fans at Yankee Stadium are more than just enthusiastic, the Yankees
are their life.
But never mind all that.
Of course, when you go to Yankee Stadium, you're sure to have a great time, but this ballpark brings something more to the table. Some of the most incredible moments in sports history took place on the Yankees' home field. Take, for example, July 4, 1939, when a dying Lou Gehrig announced to his fans that he considered himself "the luckiest man on the face of the earth." Or 1977, when Reggie Jackson hit a mind-boggling 3 straight homers against the Dodgers
in game 6 of the World Series to lead the Yankees to their first championship in 15 years. History like this is impossible to ignore. In Yankee stadium there are constant reminders of this intense heritage all around you, creating an atmosphere unlike anything else in sports.
Yankee Stadium isn't the only park in baseball that can provide an amazing experience. Fenway Park
, Wrigley Field
and Dodger Stadium
are all great ballparks with rich histories and excellent amenities. Get some MLB tickets and go experience America's pastime the way it was meant to be experienced.