• After Small Sales Decline This Season, High Prices for Yankees Playoff Tickets

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Oct 5, 2012
    Whatever the reasons for their decline in ticket sales the economy, lack of interest, poor weather the Yankees are playing when it matters most: the postseason. The Mets sold 109,793 fewer tickets this year at Citi Field, while the Yankees saw a decline of 111,274. The Yankees do not know whom they will be playing on Sunday night, but they at least know now when they will be playing. The network is positioned to ride the Yankees through the ALCS. How could Girardi play Eduardo Nunez at shortstop, after al...
    Source: nytimes.com
  • Game Times Are Set for First Two Yankees Games

    Game 1 of the Yankees' division series, which will be either at Baltimore or at Texas, will start at 6:15 p.m. on Sunday. Game 2 is scheduled for 8:07 p.m. and both games will be televised on TBS.
    Source: nytimes.com
  • Yankees are only team in MLB playoffs with only kind of ratings pull, so expect TV execs to be rooting for World Series in the B

    The Yankees enter the postseason with a distinct advantage over other teams in the field. The Bombers are the only marquee attraction, the only entry with legitimate ratings juice.
  • Call it calendar management for Joe Girardi as Yankees' skipper is at his best when looking at the big picture

    He’s not your lovable Uncle Joe. Joe Girardi will never be Joe Torre, no matter how many silly, infantilizing nicknames he employs for his players.

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