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Tampa Tarpons Tickets
Team: Tampa Tarpons
Affiliation: New York Yankees
Location: Tampa, Fla.
Class Level: Class-A Advanced
League: Florida State League
Tampa Tarpons TicketsThe Tampa Tarpons are the Class-A Advanced affiliate for the New York Yankees. While the Tarpons' history with the Yankees dates back to the mid-1990s, the organization boasts one of the longest and brightest histories of any Minor League organization. The Tarpons really cemented their legacy during a 27-season tenure as an affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. The first season under the Reds' umbrella was the team's finest, as they not only won the Florida State League title but went 90-44. In 1988, however, the Reds moved the team to Greensboro, N.C., and Tampa was without a team until 1994. It was the New York Yankees that brought Minor League Baseball back to Tampa in 1994, winning the city's first championship since those 1961 Reds. After four more league titles in the next 14 seasons, it was announced that the Yankees were bringing back the name "Tarpons," which the team has gone under since 2018. Get your tickets to see the 2020 Tampa Tarpons today at StubHub.
What Major League Baseball players played for the Tampa Tarpons?The all-time roster for the Tampa Tarpons is a "Who's Who" list of Hall of Famers, World Series champions and all-time great players. Dating back to the days with the Reds, the team saw names like Johnny Bench, Ken Griffey Sr., Pete Rose, Paul O'Neil and Dave Concepcion come through on their way to the Major Leagues. After the transition to the Yankees' organization, Hall of Fame players like Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera spent time playing in Tampa on their way to becoming beloved Yankees. Yankees stars of today, like Gary Sanchez and Gleyber Torres, are also Tarpons' alumni.
What are some big Tampa Tarpons games this season?The Tampa Tarpons and the Bradenton Marauders have established a healthy rivalry that crosses divisional boundaries. You may also want to check out the games each year between the Tarpons and the St. Lucie Mets. The Yankees and the New York Mets have a longstanding crosstown rivalry in Major League Baseball, so seeing the future players for each team makes for some good contests.
Where do the Tampa Tarpons play their home games?Named for the legendary owner of the New York Yankees, George M. Steinbrenner Field is the home of the Tampa Tarpons. The Tarpons' home field also hosts the Yankees' yearly spring training camp that takes place before opening day of the Major League season. Much of the stadium is designed in a way to mirror Yankee Stadium in New York, including Yankees logos placed around the stadium. The stadium was initially built in 1996 and has a seating capacity of 10,386.
Who serves as the manager of the Tampa Tarpons?David Adams' first season as the manager for the Tampa Tarpons is 2020. Adams, a Yankees draft pick in 2008, made it to the Big Leagues with the Yankees for 43 games during the 2013 season. His playing career spanned nine seasons, including Minor League stops with the Yankees, Orioles, Marlins and Blue Jays. Retiring at the end of the 2016 season after playing for the Blue Jays allowed Adams to begin a coaching career with the Yankees. Adams spent the last two seasons as an assistant coach in the Yankees farm system before being named the Tarpons' manager.
Where can I buy Tampa Tarpons tickets?You can get your tickets to see the Tampa Tarpons and the rest of the teams of Minor League Baseball at the world's largest online ticket marketplace, StubHub. StubHub provides a secure checkout experience, multiple ticket delivery options and other bonuses, such as 360-degree seating previews.
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