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George M. Steinbrenner Field

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George M. Steinbrenner Field

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Olde_biL wrote a review Mar 2020
Markham, Canada1,077 contributions87 helpful votes
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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.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Team McLemore wrote a review Mar 2020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania114 contributions61 helpful votes
Great venue for a game!!! Not a bad seat in sight, plenty of concessions and lots of room!!! the food and the shop were better than expected!!! a truly world class organization!!!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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StaceyandDanny wrote a review Mar 2020
Lady Lake, Florida138 contributions40 helpful votes
As a life long Yankee fan we always try to catch them when they are in the state of FL. We ended up getting these tickets free when we did the Sprint to Spring 5k. It was Gerrit Cole’s debut. We had a good time and the concession pricing really wasn’t that bad. The park is beautiful.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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SNosal wrote a review Mar 2020
Waterford, New York7 contributions1 helpful vote
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!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Dan Z wrote a review Mar 2020
Enterprise, Alabama3 contributions
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.
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