Yankee Stadium tickets have jumped to an average of $252 for the seven remaining home games of the regular season, as fans try to seize the opportunity to watch Aaron Judge draw – and possibly break – Roger Maris’ MLS record for one season on home soil.
The average list price in the secondary market for Yankees home games is over $250, a 121% increase from August 29, when Judge hit his 50th home number of the season, according to data from sales platform TicketiQ he’s seen. Forbes.
Tickets are most expensive for games against the class rival Boston Red Sox this weekend, with the average secondary market listing price coming in at $382 for a game on Saturday, followed by Friday game ($299), Sunday game ($287) and Thursday game. ($278)), while ticket prices are low for the last three games against the Baltimore Orioles.
The most expensive ticket for Saturday’s game on VividSeats costs $9,499, while StubHub lists dozens of tickets priced in more than $1,000.
Since August 29, prices for the cheapest available field-wide seats in left field for one of the remaining Yankees games have gone up 281% to nearly $280, while prices for the cheapest seats in the same sections in right field have gone up 278% to $275, and tickets have jumped bleached by 185% to nearly $200.
Judge sits at his career best of the year 60, tied with Babe Ruth for second in a season, which Ruth achieved in 1927, and off Maris’ record of 61, which he accomplished in 1961—both of which reached those milestones in playing with Yankees team.
Baseball analysts estimate that Judge’s 61st and 62nd ball could be valued at $20 million, The Athletic reports — the fan who caught Judge’s 60th game returned it to the team for an autographed bat and other baseballs. MLB has also taken the step of endorsing baseballs in which the judge, starting with his number sixty, will swing an embossed sign as well as an invisible sign that requires special technology to see, The New York Times mentioned.
Although 62 home games would be a Major League record, it would put the judge seventh on the all-time list when the National League stats are included, according to baseball references, although baseball supporters argue the three players with the most success (Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa) They did it with the help of performance-enhancing drugs. Bonds, McGwire, and Sosa tested positive for the drugs, and McGwire admitted to using them – Sosa denied using them, Bonds admitted to using “creamy” and “clear” substances, but claims he didn’t know they contained steroids.
Judge was named Rookie of the Year in 2017, when he launched an astonishing 52 home races, an MLS record. This year, he hit 0.317 with 128 RBIs and 60 home runs, which put him first in all three categories and made him the number one sprinter for the coveted MLB triple award. He has 218 home careers, is number 23 of all active players, according to baseball reviewers, and is the third youngest of 23 players, behind Bryce Harper and Manny Machado.
19 million dollars. That’s how much the Yankees are paying to judge this season, according to Spotrac. The Yankees’ right-hand man becomes a free agent at the end of the season, and baseball analysts expect him to receive astronomical offers from teams across the MLB. Earlier this year, New York Post It reported that the judge refused to extend a seven-year, $213.5 million contract with New York, for $36 million annually for nine to 10 years ($324 million – $360 million).
Aaron Judge’s greatness is more than just a home record (CNN)
What a potential record-breaking Aaron Judge balls might be worth to some lucky fans (The Athletic)