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2023 Yankees vs Mets Tickets (The Subway Series)

The intraleague series between the New York Yankees and New York Mets has only been played for a quarter century, but the first match-up between these two storied franchises goes back to the 1921 World Series. Since they started playing regularly these two NYC teams have played each other over 140 times, which is a relative few number of games when you consider the Yanks have played the Red Sox over 2,300 times in history and Mets have played over 900 games against the Braves. The number of games in the history of this series may be smaller, but the demand for Yankees vs Mets tickets ranks among the strongest of any games in MLB.

The Mets vs Yankees is a huge sporting event in New York City, particularly when both teams are playing at the top of their game. These two classic baseball teams play each season to decide which fan base has bragging rights in the Big Apple for the year ahead. The games alternate between the Met's home of Citi Field in Queens and Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, which are separated by less than 10 miles. The "Subway Series" games in 2023 are divided so they can play in each ballpark in the same year. A cool thing for fans is seeing so many jerseys from both teams in the ballparks as Yankees fans will come to Citi Field and Mets fans will be in attendance at Yankee Stadium. The camaraderie and good spirited taunting between these two NYC fan bases is part of what makes attending this game so special.

The most-famous series between the New York Mets and New York Yankees was the 2000 World Series which was dubbed the "Subway Series" by fans who had the opportunity to ride public transit to get to both ballparks. The hype around the series, with two teams from the same city, was immense and the demand for tickets reflected that desire for every NYC baseball fan to be ther elive. When the games started, the Yankees, led by their MVP Derek Jeter, dominated the Mets and ultimately won in 5 games. That World Series occurred in our 10th year in business and our TicketCity staff was on-site in New York to assist our many customer, so the first Subway Series will always have a special place in the history of our company. The entire baseball world (except maybe those fans in Massachusetts) looks forward to the next season when we get a Subway Series in the World Series.

For those fans who do want to have a true Subway Series experience for this game. Using the train to get between Yankee Stadium and Citi Field takes approximately 50 minutes, and does require fans to change trains. Citi Field is located in the borough of Queens, NY and the train stop is "Mets-Willets Point", while Yankee Stadium is up in the Bronx where there is a "Yankee Stadium" stop. The No. 4 train goes to the Bronx, while the No. 7 train goes to Flushing/Queens.

New York City Top Rivalries

New Yorkers are passionate about their sports team; you are either a Mets fan or Yankees fan as you cannot be both. You need to either root for the NY Giants or NY Jets, Rangers or Islanders, Nets or Knicks. A city with so many professional sports teams is going to spawn intense fan bases for each of them. Combine that with the fact that each of NYC's pro sports team has a local rival, and you get a recipe for some of the best sports rivalry games in the country. Below are the top sports rivalries in New York City:

New York YankeesYankee StadiumAll New York Yankees GamesAll Events at Yankee StadiumYankee Stadium Parking


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Atlanta BravesNext: Aug 14 - Truist Park - Atlanta, GABoston Red SoxNext: Jun 9 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYLos Angeles DodgersNext: Jun 2 - Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CAMilwaukee BrewersNext: Sep 8 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYArizona DiamondbacksNext: Sep 22 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYBaltimore OriolesNext: Apr 6 - Camden Yards - Baltimore, MDChicago CubsNext: Jul 7 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYChicago White SoxNext: Jun 6 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYCincinnati RedsNext: May 19 - Great American Ball Park - Cincinnati, OHCleveland GuardiansNext: Apr 10 - Progressive Field - Cleveland, OHColorado RockiesNext: Jul 14 - Coors Field - Denver, CODetroit TigersNext: Aug 28 - Comerica Park - Detroit, MIHouston AstrosNext: Aug 3 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYKansas City RoyalsNext: Jul 21 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYLos Angeles AngelsNext: Apr 18 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYMiami MarlinsNext: Aug 11 - loanDepot Park - Miami, FLMinnesota TwinsNext: Apr 13 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYOakland AthleticsNext: May 8 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYPhiladelphia PhilliesNext: Apr 3 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYSan Diego PadresNext: May 26 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYSan Francisco GiantsNext: Apr 1 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYSeattle MarinersNext: May 29 - T-Mobile Park - Seattle, WATampa Bay RaysNext: May 5 - Tropicana Field - Saint Petersburg, FLTexas RangersNext: Apr 27 - Globe Life Field - Arlington, TXToronto Blue JaysNext: Apr 21 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYWashington NationalsNext: Aug 22 - Yankee Stadium - Bronx, NYPittsburgh PiratesNext: Sep 15 - PNC Park - Pittsburgh, PASt. Louis CardinalsNext: Jun 30 - Busch Stadium - St. Louis, MO
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Boston Red SoxNext: Jul 21 - Fenway Park - Boston, MAChicago CubsNext: May 23 - Wrigley Field - Chicago, ILColorado RockiesNext: May 5 - Citi Field - New York, NYLos Angeles AngelsNext: Aug 25 - Citi Field - New York, NYLos Angeles DodgersNext: Apr 17 - Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CAArizona DiamondbacksNext: Jul 4 - Chase Field - Phoenix, AZAtlanta BravesNext: Apr 28 - Citi Field - New York, NYBaltimore OriolesNext: Aug 4 - Camden Yards - Baltimore, MDChicago White SoxNext: Jul 18 - Citi Field - New York, NYCincinnati RedsNext: May 9 - Great American Ball Park - Cincinnati, OHCleveland GuardiansNext: May 19 - Citi Field - New York, NYDetroit TigersNext: May 2 - Comerica Park - Detroit, MIHouston AstrosNext: Jun 19 - Minute Maid Park - Houston, TXKansas City RoyalsNext: Aug 1 - Kauffman Stadium - Kansas City, MOMiami MarlinsNext: Mar 31 - loanDepot Park - Miami, FLMilwaukee BrewersNext: Apr 3 - American Family Field - Milwaukee, WIMinnesota TwinsNext: Sep 8 - Target Field - Minneapolis, MNPhiladelphia PhilliesNext: May 30 - Citi Field - New York, NYPittsburgh PiratesNext: Jun 9 - PNC Park - Pittsburgh, PASan Diego PadresNext: Apr 10 - Citi Field - New York, NYSeattle MarinersNext: Sep 1 - Citi Field - New York, NYTampa Bay RaysNext: May 16 - Citi Field - New York, NYTexas RangersNext: Aug 28 - Citi Field - New York, NYToronto Blue JaysNext: Jun 2 - Citi Field - New York, NYWashington NationalsNext: Apr 25 - Citi Field - New York, NYOakland AthleticsNext: Apr 14 - RingCentral Coliseum - Oakland, CASan Francisco GiantsNext: Apr 20 - Oracle Park - San Francisco, CASt. Louis CardinalsNext: Jun 16 - Citi Field - New York, NY
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Citi Field Information

  • Location: Flushing (New York), New York
  • Address: 126th St. & Roosevelt Ave., Flushing, New York 11368
  • Capacity: 41,800
  • Parking: Parking passes are available for purchase
  • Year Opened: April 2009
  • Occupants: New York Mets
  • Prohibited Items: Items larger than 16 "x16 "x8 ", coolers (hard-sided), cans, glass bottles, beverage containers, open containers, commercial audio/video equipment, alcoholic beverages, illegal substances, laser pointers, noisemaking devices, fireworks, animals (except for assistive purposes), weapons, food items and the like.

The New York Metropolitans (Mets) played their first game in 1962, and their orange and blue color scheme was influenced by the two departed New York teams, the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants. The Mets were initially going to be part of a new baseball league formed by attorney William Shea, dubbed the Continental League and New York was to receive a team as one of its charter members. The National and American League felt threatened by this change and opted to take two of each of the new franchises, one of which would become the Mets. In honor of this new era of expansion, the Mets named their new ballpark Shea Stadium and began play in 1962.

In 2006, after many great years in the old ballpark, the Mets tore down the structure and began building Citi Field in the parking lot adjacent to the former venue. The new ballpark was inspired by the classic structure of Ebbets Field, with a brick rotunda and a contoured seating arrangement to give fans clear sight lines all around the stadium. With a capacity of approximately 45,000, the ballpark is surprisingly intimate and designers added wider seats and increased space between rows to improve comfort and leg room. One of the greatest features of the new ballpark are the extremely wide concourses that span the entire perimeter of the stadium. Since Citi Field opened in 2009, fans can feasibly walk all around the venue and visit the building's many concessions without having to miss a minute of the action.

Along with all of the standard amenities fans have come to expect, Citi Field also features multiple sit-down restaurants and bars. One of the highlights of the ballpark is the Shake Shack - a New York City burger joint that has become a Big Apple institution that stadium planners felt compelled to include. Additionally, the stadium features Fan Fest family entertainment areas with interactive baseball games, as well as a Mets museum that pays homage to the greats that have worn a Mets uniform.

Ever since the Mets' magical run to a World Series title in 1986, the team has made numerous postseason appearances as well as a trip to the Subway Series in 2000 against their cross-town rivals, the New York Yankees. In a very competitive division like the NL East, fans will have no shortage of big-time games to look forward to in the future.

New York Yankees vs New York Mets Tickets

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