The Minor League Ballpark Guide series spotlights every stadium in the baseball affiliate. Each edition offers stadium highlights, from concessions to seating options to in-game entertainment to mascots. Ballpark Guides also lead tours around each facility, including the best dining spots in town, nearby tourist attractions and more. Plan your Little League Baseball trip today!
For the Yankees prospect, the journey to the big leagues involves four different states and a journey from sunny to Florida State begins at a baseball stadium named after one of the most iconic figures in Yankee history. From there, the three remaining systems are no more than a two-hour drive from the Bronx, starting in New Jersey and then shuffling to New York with a final stop in Pennsylvania.
Yankees system, divided into four parts:
Single A: Tampa Tuppence, George M. Steinbrenner Field Welcome to George M. Steinbrenner Field, rich in history and tradition, where the Silver King reigns supreme. read more”
High-A: Hudson Valley Renegades, Dutchess Stadium
Hike the hills of New York City’s backyard or wander the galleries of a world-class museum before settling down at an idyllic baseball field nestled in the woods. Getting There Afterwards, visit the Boy Scout Hall of Fame or enjoy local wine while watching a ball game. Read More”