Get ready for a run into deep October with the 2019 New York Yankees. They’ll follow up last year’s 100-win season with an even better roster in 2019. The Yankees vs. Red Sox will battle it out all year in the AL East, making the rivalry more exciting than ever.
The Yankees are going to get a full year out of rookie standout Gleyber Torres. Torres lived up to expectations after being called up to the big league roster a year ago. As did, Miguel Andujar. Andujar shined at third base in 2018. Let’s not forget about the big bombers in the lineup, Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton. Judge and Stanton stand along as baseball’s best home run hitters. The Yankees felt Aaron Hicks is the man to roam center field for years to come, so Hicks and the Yankees signed an extension this offseason. Speaking of the offseason, Yankees fans can welcome in Troy Tulowitzki and D.J. Lemahieu. Brett Gardner, Jacoby Ellsbury and Greg Bird will round up the Yankees 2019 lineup.
The pitching staff is led by one of baseball’s most exciting young players, Luis Severino. The Yankees traded with the Mariners to bring over James Paxton. They’ve also added JA Happ in the offseason. To anchor the staff, Masahiro Tanaka and CC Sabathia round it out. Sabathia has announced that 2019 will be his final season.
Yankee Stadium suites are going to be the ultimate experience for fans looking to entertain for business or be all together in one group. Suites for any Yankees game will include 22 – 32 tickets and VIP parking passes. Yankees luxury boxes are big and spacious, roughly 900 square feet. Upscale furnishings in a suite will include granite counter tops, leather sofas, limestone flooring and up to 4 HDTVs. Yankee Stadiums suites also come with a private restroom. With private entry into the ballpark and exclusive access to the SAP Suite Lounge, a Yankees suite is going to give fans the VIP experience they’ve been looking for.