Yankee Stadium

New York Yankees Grandstand Infield Seating


Sitting Here for a Baseball Game

Grandstand Infield seating is an inexpensive way to catch a Yankees game. In fact, the grandstand seats behind home plate (Sections 419-421) are one of only two seating areas where you can get a home plate view without paying for club seats. These are highly recommended for fans who want a view of the entire field without spending Suite-level prices.

For shade, opt for seats on the third base side (e.g.: 423-426) or in the upper half (rows 8 and up). The roof covers the upper two-thirds of these sections and the seats listed above will be shaded first.

Fans have complained about the plexiglass obstructing views in Rows 1 and 2. The safety glass is there so fans walking down the stairs don't tumble over the railing. If you think this would be a distraction, you might want to avoid the first two rows.  - RateYourSeats.com

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "High but good view "

      (Section 418) - -

      You can see everything perfectly from these seats. Did not miss a thing. However, if you have a fear of heights, these aren't the seats for you. It's high up!

    • "Too far"

      (Section 424) -
    • "Can't complain"

      (Section 416) - -

      I personally judge seats on the view of the action. Aside from being able to tell if a ball is going out of the park or will just barely reach the wall, the seats are good for the view. I got a great deal on these seats, which makes me even happier about the view, considering how expensive tickets...

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