George M. Steinbrenner Field

George M. Steinbrenner Field

George M. Steinbrenner Field
4.5
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
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George M. Steinbrenner Field is the Spring Home to the New York Yankees and Home to the Single-A Advanced Affiliate, the Tampa Tarpons. The Tampa Tarpons play 70 home games from April through September with ticket prices starting as low as $5 per person.
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  • Robuck11
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida144 contributions
    Let’s go Yankees
    As a long time Yankee fan living in Florida I loved my visit to Steinbrenner field. It’s always a delight to watch the new players and prospects warm up. We also got to see some Old Timers during practice. I also love the monument park they set up. There isn’t a bad seat in the house. It’s a smaller version of Yankee stadium and a fun place to see a ballgame.
    Visited March 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written March 5, 2023
  • Roseann_F
    Colonia, New Jersey158 contributions
    Great Trip
    We went to see 3 spring training seats, one night game and two afternoon games. If you burn easily in the sun, you'll want to look for seats that are shaded the whole game. I find the entry through security to be a little disorganized, so would recommend arriving early not to miss any of the game. I would also recommend taking advantage of pre-paid parking. The parking system is very well run. We also went to see the Phillies in Clearwater and I found the seats there are roomier, so we didn't have to get up every time someone wanted to leave the row.
    Visited March 2023
    Written March 13, 2023
  • shasta2088
    Rockaway Park, New York1,363 contributions
    Let's go Yankees! Fun experience at spring training
    Went to three spring training games here-your experience may be different at minor league games. GMS Field does a good job of honoring Yankee history and offers a very comfortable, clean, and safe place to watch baseball. Most concession fare is standard but we did find chicken tacos (good) and loaded potato tots (very good) in between the hot dogs and fried chicken fingers. The cheapest option at spring training was an entry pass without an assigned seat. We tried it once and found that the hundreds of portable chairs around the outfield were available, some even in the shade. It was a great deal, nice view, and saved us $35 per ticket. Make sure if you're going to spring training to understand that the Yankees often practice on another field other than the stadium and that field opens long before games and is free to visit. We had called and asked staff about this and they only knew about the stadium opening times. We went at 10:15 AM before 1:05 games and were treated to up close views of players and several autograph opportunities. Parking is available (online download) at Raymond James Field across the street.
    Visited March 2023
    Written March 21, 2023
  • Claudette C
    Washington1,801 contributions
    True to New York Yankee tradition
    This was one of our stops on a baseball tour. Very first impression- you knew it was New York Yankees. They have a monument alley with plaques for retired numbers and one for 9/11. The theme of Yankees carried onto the field. The seats are comfortable and well spaced. Seats were oriented to home plate which makes watching baseball better. There are a number of seats that are covered beyond a normal ballpark to help provide shade on a hot day.
    Visited March 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written March 27, 2023
  • Brian S
    Sumter, South Carolina71 contributions
    Yankee Baseball in the South
    Nothing says Spring like Yankees Baseball and Spring Training in Florida. This was a bucket list item and it's been checked. Love the small field and the big baseball feeling. Great Stadium with great memories. Walk through Monument alley and see the plaques of the the greatest Yankees and Some of the Best to ever play the game. The 9-11 memorial wall and the Great Florida feeling. Walking across the bridge to get to the ballpark you know you're going to have a great time. I was able to get right up front and just toss a ball to a player for an autograph. Engine was very cool and really took time for the fans.
    Visited March 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written April 2, 2023
  • Ohio Traveller
    416 contributions
    Play Ball !
    We were lucky to be able to go to one of the last Spring Training games in March, 2023. Our seats were under the overhand down the first base line so we appreciated being shielded a little from the sun, though there are lots of great seats in this beautiful stadium. We parked in general parking and used the walking bridge over the road to get to the stadium. If you're a baseball fan, you'll love spending an afternoon watching a ball game at George M. Steinbrenner Field.
    Visited March 2023
    Written April 19, 2023
  • Arthur G
    Endicott, New York791 contributions
    Every Yankee Fan should do this at least once.
    Catch a Spring Training Yankee Game. Great to get up close to the field at a reasonable price. Parking is a hassle, plan ahead. They handed out sunscreen and water before the game. Yankee fans should do this at least once.
    Visited March 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written June 13, 2023
  • Michael Donohoe
    Bloomfield, New York101 contributions
    Great Experience at Steinbrenner Field; Bring Warm Clothes---Wish I Did.
    Last year, I went for two games in Mid-March with my best friend, who is a die-hard Yankees fan. Great games, two different experiences and it was cold for both games. Night 1, above the upper deck, with all you can eat food. Day 2, in the seats by 1st base, then walked the park. My friend ended up winning Yankees tickets in the Bronx while he was there. If your interest is seeing prospects, go earlier in Spring Training, if you want to see more of the starting lineups, go aroudn the time we did. =
    Visited March 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written January 19, 2024
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Dan Z
Enterprise, AL4 contributions
Mar 2020 • Family
I will start with the good:

1. The stadium provides an intimate baseball experience. Kids can see the players up close and there isn’t a bad seat in the house.

2. Pearling prices are reasonable and only a short distance from the stadium.

That’s about it.

Which brings us to the bad:

1. Ticket prices are astronomical to watch Major Leaguers play a short period of time.

2. After the first few days of spring training the practice schedule is not published and there is not a good way to determine when you can take the family to watch the game.

3. Kids cannot walk up to the wall in the lower levels during BP prior to the game. My children were very disappointed they could not get close to the players. It is also disappointing for the price of the ticket.

4. Food is pricey. Major league prices for minor league ball.

5. Security staff is rude and dismissive when asked mundane questions about how spring training works.

Overall, this was a bust for my family and I recommend you think hard before dumping a lot of money into this trip. If you want to pay NYC prices, make the trip to the Stadium.
Written March 11, 2020
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Olde_biL
Markham, Canada1,112 contributions
Mar 2020
I've been to NYC many, many times but have yet to make it out to the Bronx. Catching a game between the Yankees and my home town Blue Jays at Steinbrenner Field seemed the next best thing and, it was.

It was a beautiful, sunny, hot day in early March and we had decent seats and were joined in the park by many Jays fans. This was our first baseball game since October and we thoroughly enjoyed the game. As well the facilities seem first class and the sight lines were excellent. I personally enjoyed seeing a live game played on a field that has the same dimensions as Yankee Stadium in NYC.

So, what's not to like? Well, we're not in New York and it's spring training. The outcome of the game doesn't mean a thing and the normal starters are in for 1/2 the game at most. So $45/ticket is more that 4X the price of a ticket to see the Blue Jays play on their home diamond in nearby Dunedin. Also, the day we were there, the direct access from the parking not too far away at to which we were directed by Waze was intentionally closed. There were many, many available spaces but the road signage was directing everyone to paid parking. We walked.

If I'm at a real MLB game I would expect big league prices for food. This isn't NYC, the field is home to the Tampa Tarpons for the regular season. I would have loved to have had a Hot Dog and a Beer but declined to partake due to the prices.

I'm glad we caught a game at Steinbrenner but I suspect it will be a one time thing.
Written March 29, 2020
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kah50442
Tampa, FL929 contributions
Mar 2020
A great ball field but a amazingly lacking attention to detail. StubHub tickets are required and phone needed for entry. You might think a phone stubhub ticket is everywhere but not at the Spectrum ball field (Phillies) were you can use a printout. It's basically a nightmare for entry. Before the game I went to the men's restroom. There is a sink on opposites sides. 3 out of 4 soap containers were empty. The news constantly tells us to wash our hands because of the coronavirus, and then no soap. The single attendant was busy filling the empty hand paper dispensers. UGH! It's a nice stadium and we waited until the 4th inning to get some food. Two large concession stands and the same menu on each, thus limited choices. My chicken tender meal would be rated a one star. Probably baked hours before, hard exterior dry chicken on top of cold fries. Okay, I went for some mustard to maybe soften up the hard crust and guess what - Empty containers! The management of this field needs a tongue-lashing from corporate.
Written March 10, 2020
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shasta2088
Rockaway Park, NY1,363 contributions
Mar 2023
Went to three spring training games here-your experience may be different at minor league games. GMS Field does a good job of honoring Yankee history and offers a very comfortable, clean, and safe place to watch baseball. Most concession fare is standard but we did find chicken tacos (good) and loaded potato tots (very good) in between the hot dogs and fried chicken fingers. The cheapest option at spring training was an entry pass without an assigned seat. We tried it once and found that the hundreds of portable chairs around the outfield were available, some even in the shade. It was a great deal, nice view, and saved us $35 per ticket.
Make sure if you're going to spring training to understand that the Yankees often practice on another field other than the stadium and that field opens long before games and is free to visit. We had called and asked staff about this and they only knew about the stadium opening times. We went at 10:15 AM before 1:05 games and were treated to up close views of players and several autograph opportunities. Parking is available (online download) at Raymond James Field across the street.
Written March 21, 2023
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SNosal
Waterford, NY10 contributions
Mar 2020 • Couples
Great time at Steinbrenner stadium! The facility is great for both families with young children and adults just out to enjoy some good baseball. We were lucky we got there before they shutdown Spring training for this year. We loved all of the bars and food choices. We will definitely go back next time we’re in the Tampa area!
Written March 14, 2020
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Mike G
Baytown, TX65 contributions
Jul 2021
We go to a LOT of minor league games when we travel, so I feel confident saying that this was not one of the better experiences we had. The appeal of minor league is the fan experience. You are close to the field. There are interactive activities between innings. There are mascots walking the stands. Here there was a focus on Yankee's tradition. Yankees's excellence. Yankees. Yankees. Yankees. No mascot. Very little commentary or fun noises on foul balls. No ... fun. But tickets were provided by a local bank that night and there were deals at the concession stand so I guess you get what you pay for.
Written July 21, 2021
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N9eav
Cornwall, UK687 contributions
Feb 2020 • Friends
My honest opinion was that it lacked atmosphere. Took in a Saturday game against the Tigers. The stadium is very nice. Easy to access and good views from all angles. You can walk around the whole park too. I watched the game, but was disappointed by the lack of atmosphere really compared to other Spring Training games I have been to at Lakeland. Not much in between innings. No organ music. No free t shirt guns, just get on with game as fast as possible. Just seemed a bit flat. The concessions were no better. $12 with tax for a beer. I thought I would treat myself to a hot dog ‘with all the fixings’. What came out was a dog in a bun. When I asked where the fixings were I was pointed to a table at the back of the bar where those tiny sachets of sauce were located. Hardly all the fixings. I had a great visit with my friend, but for a combined $130 including parking, it was not that great an experience.
Written March 3, 2020
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Michael Donohoe
Bloomfield, NY101 contributions
Mar 2023 • Friends
Last year, I went for two games in Mid-March with my best friend, who is a die-hard Yankees fan. Great games, two different experiences and it was cold for both games. Night 1, above the upper deck, with all you can eat food. Day 2, in the seats by 1st base, then walked the park. My friend ended up winning Yankees tickets in the Bronx while he was there. If your interest is seeing prospects, go earlier in Spring Training, if you want to see more of the starting lineups, go aroudn the time we did. =
Written January 19, 2024
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.

Robuck11
Fort Lauderdale, FL144 contributions
Mar 2023 • Couples
As a long time Yankee fan living in Florida I loved my visit to Steinbrenner field. It’s always a delight to watch the new players and prospects warm up. We also got to see some Old Timers during practice. I also love the monument park they set up. There isn’t a bad seat in the house. It’s a smaller version of Yankee stadium and a fun place to see a ballgame.
Written March 5, 2023
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.

Brian S
Sumter, SC71 contributions
Mar 2023 • Couples
Nothing says Spring like Yankees Baseball and Spring Training in Florida.

This was a bucket list item and it's been checked. Love the small field and the big baseball feeling. Great Stadium with great memories. Walk through Monument alley and see the plaques of the the greatest Yankees and Some of the Best to ever play the game. The 9-11 memorial wall and the Great Florida feeling. Walking across the bridge to get to the ballpark you know you're going to have a great time.
I was able to get right up front and just toss a ball to a player for an autograph. Engine was very cool and really took time for the fans.
Written April 2, 2023
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.

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