Seats Behind Home Plate Will be in the Shade First
Yankee Stadium is fairly wide open, which makes it difficult to find good shade at the ballpark. Outfield seats in right field face west, so they should be avoided for late afternoon and evening games. For your best chance at shade, sit slightly on the first base side of home plate. Alternatively, the last few rows of the 200 and 400 levels are protected by an overhang. Unfortunately, nearly every row in the lower level is exposed to the elements. To search for tickets or to find out if your seats are protected from the sun or rain, follow the link below.
With relatively high ticket prices and the notorious Bleacher Creatures, Yankee Stadium is rarely thought of as one of the more family-friendly ballparks in the major leagues. More recently; however, the stadium has undergone some changes to ensure the best possible experience for kids and families. The most significant and recent change to th...
Yankee Stadium is quite notorious when it comes to hosting fans who are cheering for the opposing team. Especially if you're rooting for the Red Sox or Mets, you should come to the ballpark knowing that you're going to be subject to some abuse. If that's your idea of a good time, head towards Section 203 where the Bleacher Creatures will be happy t...
Built at a cost of more than two billion dollars, the new Yankee Stadium is an impressive combination of original architecture and modern conveniences. And while some of the favorite seats from the old ballpark - like the overhanging third deck - did not make it to the new stadium in exact form, new Yankee Stadium boasts some of the best seats in a...
Avoid - Fans will have difficulty seeing most of left field from Section 201.
Avoid - Fans will have difficulty seeing right field and right-center field from Section 239
Avoid , Row(s) 10-24 - Fans sitting in rows ten (10) and higher may have difficulty seeing right field due to the structure in center field.
Avoid , Row(s) 10-24 - Fans sitting in rows ten (10) and higher may have difficulty seeing left field due to the structure in center field.
There are roughly 1,048 seats in the bleachers that have obstructed views of the opposite outfield.
201 - The main obstructions are in sections 201 and 239. - If you're in Section 201, you want your seat number to be higher rather than lower, and vice-versa in Section 239. If you're seat one [in section 201], I'd suggest standing.
239 - The main obstructions are in sections 201 and 239. - If you're in Section 201, you want your seat number to be higher rather than lower, and vice-versa in Section 239. If you're seat one [in section 201], I'd suggest standing.
The new upper deck at Yankee Stadium features obstructions never seen at the old Yankee Stadium
Section 420A - Plexiglass would obstruct view in rows one and two.
Section 319 - Obstructed seats.
Section 110 - Terrible experience with obstructive seats. - First seat off aisle (think it was 15) could not view half the infield (homeplate to firstbase to thirdbase). Obstructed by handicap section. Even the guard told us to try to switch seats.