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You're obviously in the right spot if you're looking for some top-tier baseball, as the Yankees and the Mets are always in the middle of one amazing matchup or another, giving fans plenty of reasons to come out and cheer for one of the greatest rivalries in the game. Donned the Subway Series, this is a battle for the pride of New York every time these two teams take to the field, making it just one of those games that you absolutely have to see up close and personal sooner or later. Even though they don't play in the same league, the Mets and Yankees have plenty of fanfare every time they hit the field, and clashing styles of baseball make it that much more interesting.
And once you're there watching the action the way it was supposed to be seen, you'll definitely be glad that you're not still sitting at home just wondering what the atmosphere of the big game is like. When the Yankees and Mets are in the middle of a nail-biter, you can count on the entire country to be watching, though the best place to actually be is in the stands where you can join in the fanfare. With this level of superstar talent down on the field, absolutely anything can happen when the Yankees and the Mets hit the field.
With dozens of World Series titles, the Yankees have become arguably the most prominent sports franchise in the country, making them absolute staples of the Bronx in New York in the process. Over the years, the Yankees have had some of the best players in the history of the game, giving them the type of tradition that is pretty much unparalleled around other professional sports franchises. The Yanks have also have the type of team that is loaded with some of the brightest stars of today and tomorrow, providing plenty of reasons to head out and see the Pinstripes do their thing.
But one team that also has its fair share of prideful fans and talented teams is the New York Mets, the cross-town rivals of the Yankees. The Mets have had plenty of great moments of their own over the years, and are always looking to pull it back together and get right back to the top of the league. When both of these teams are on the field at the same time, there is sure to be a magic to the stands that you won't be able to recreate anywhere else.
Baseball has been around for a long time, dating all the way back to the 19th century and giving fans many great moments over the years – a tradition that isn't likely to slow down any time soon. Don't even think about missing out on a great game that you'll be talking about well after the final pitch. And part of the excitement comes from the level of matchup that you get down on the field, which is one of the main reasons to head out and see Yankees-Mets whenever you can. These are two of the most prominent franchises in all of sports and it gets the entire city of New York excitement every time they hit the diamond, making their matchups about as good as it gets when it comes to Major League Baseball.
MLB tickets to see the New York Yankees have been in the sports tickets market since the inaugural season of Yankee baseball in 1901, and since then they've turned into one of the most influential sports franchises in history. With great names like Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio and many more, the Yankees have a long tradition of having the biggest superstars in the game. MLB tickets to see the New York Mets, on the other hand, were never hotter than in 1969, when the Miracle Mets won the World Series and put together a season that fans still talk about to this day. They even won another world championship in 1986, though Mets fans are waiting for them to return to the top of the league. Great players to dominate for the franchise include Daryl Strawberry, Doc Gooden, Tom Seaver, Keith Hernandez and more, and you never know when the next all-time great is going to burst onto the scene.
Did you know that the first "Subway Series" (or "Trolley Series") dates all the way back to 1889?
Though games between pro New York teams actually goes back even further than that, it came together in 1889 as the best from Brooklyn battled the best from the rest of New York in an All-Star series that set the stage for everything that has come after it.
Though new Yankee Stadium is only in its infancy at this point, it has already had plenty of unbelievable moments that have already helped make it a staple of the local community. Over in Queens at Citi Field, the Mets also have an unbelievable place to see a big game, though that's not something that you're going to figure out sitting at home watching on your disappointing little flatscreen. When the game is still up in the air and both Mets' and Yankees' fans are at the edge of their seats, you'll see that it doesn't get any better than this.