$10 for a Game-Day Package for Two ($20 Total Value)
- Two tickets for reserved seating
- Two hotdogs and two sodas<p>
Choose between the following games:
- The season opener on Thursday, April 4, at 7 p.m.
- On Saturday, April 6, at 6 p.m.<p>
The Scouting Report
The Tampa Yankees have been an avenue to the big leagues for nearly two decades. This spring alone, 52 former Tampa players were included on the New York Yankees spring training roster.
On April 4, the Bronx Bombers’ Class A-Advanced affiliate opens a new season against the defending champions of the Florida State League, the Lakeland Flying Tigers. The T-Yanks have introduced several players slated to have huge roles in the upcoming season and in the clubhouse production of Damn Yankees. Of them was outfielder Mason Williams, who MLB.com ranks as the organization’s number-two prospect.
If there’s one team to emulate in professional sports, it’s the New York Yankees and their 27 championships. Since becoming the Class A-Advanced affiliate of the big league Yankees in 1994, the Tampa Yankees have grown into a minor league clone of their MLB brethren—they’ve won five Florida State League titles, including back-to-back years in 2009-10.
Further strengthening the Yankee bond, the T-Yanks play all their home games at George M. Steinbrenner Field, the Spring Training facility of the Bronx Bombers. A scaled-down replica of Yankee Stadium, Steinbrenner Field is an 11,000-seat facility brimming with Yankee lore. The 31-acre complex even has a Monument Park, which honors the organization’s greatest players and beer vendors.