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This won't be just any regular season home finale. Ahead of the start of the 2014 campaign, long-time New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter announced that the season will indeed be his last. With the exception of any postseason series, this Sept. 25 matchup against the Baltimore Orioles will mark Jeter's final appearance at Yankee Stadium, so be sure to plan your trip to the Bronx for what is sure to be one of the most memorable MLB games of the year.
Yankee Stadium Seating Information
For the fourth and final contest in the Yankees-Orioles series, standard seating will be available on Sept. 25. Yankee Stadium seating sections include Champions and Legends (directly in front of the first and third base lines), Field (Outfield, Dugout), Main (Outfield, Infield, Dugout), Terrace (Outfield, Dugout, Infield), Grandstand (Outfield, Infield), and Bleachers in the outfield. Alcohol-free seating is available in the Grandstand Level in Sections 407A and 433.
Yankee Stadium General Information
Guests will not be permitted to re-enter upon leaving the ballpark. Typical prohibited items are also not allowed inside Yankee Stadium and include large bags, coolers, laptops, noisemakers, professional cameras and recording devices, and glass, cans, and aluminum bottles and thermoses. Additionally, smoking also is strictly prohibited.
Yankee Stadium Parking and Transportation Information
While there are parking lots and garages in the vicinity of Yankee Stadium (for a fee), they are usually available on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking passes may be purchased from the marketplace in advance while supplies last. Generally, fans are encouraged to use public transportation for Yankees-Orioles.
Mass Transit to Yankee Stadium (transfers may be needed depending on where traveling from)
By Subway: No. 4 Train, B & D Trains to 161 St - Yankee Stadium Stop
By Train: Metro-North Railroad to Yankees - East 153rd Street Station Stop
By Bus: Bx1, Bx6, or Bx13 to Yankee Stadium Stop
Yankee Stadium Gate Times
Entry into Yankee Stadium is usually 2 hours in advance of the first pitch, though gate times are subject to change.