Yankees: This is what Yankee Stadium tickets cost to see Aaron Judge’s potential 62 HR

The eyes of millions of fans will once again be on Aaron Judge well this weekend could live through the Roger Maris record who recently tied. There are those who would like to see his home run (HR) 62 live and direct at Yankee Stadiumwhere the series will be played between the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles. That is why we leave you here how much would a ticket cost to see the new feat of the gardener in the MLB.

More than 40,000 people would have the opportunity to see pure history at Yankee Stadium as Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees return home this weekend to host the Baltimore Orioles.

If they wanted a ticket to see that the outfielder probably hit his 62 home run (HR) of the campaign, they would have to pay a minimum of $60 dollars in the cheapest place, while the most expensive is $5,400 dollars for the night of the season. Friday, according to StubHub.

However, for Saturday’s game, the price range for tickets at the Bronx ball park is $20 to $9,699. And for Sunday the cheapest is $23 dollars.

Aaron Judge has already tied the record for most home runs hit by a New York Yankees and American League player in a single season. Now the Orioles could be the “victims” of the home run that gives him the new record.

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I joined ‘Al Bat’ in September 2020, starting a new work stage in which I always seek to give my best version, in addition to leaving a significant mark on the passage of women in an industry that is managed mainly by men. Bachelor of Communication Sciences and Techniques from the Interamerican University for Development (UNID), I am a specialist in sports journalism, writing and editing texts, I have three years of experience covering sports, especially baseball of the Mexican Baseball League (LMB). ), Mexican Pacific League (LMP) and MLB. I was an intern for the Leones de Yucatán Baseball Club of the LMB, with whom I attended the 2019 King’s Series. I have done work for social networks such as the coverage of the 2019-2020 edition of the LMP Final for ‘Con Las Bases Llenas’. I am constantly updated on social networks, SEO, Google positioning, writing, digital journalism, as well as the place of women in the sports industry. Originally from Mérida, Yucatán, my first approach to baseball was at a game of the Leones de Yucatán, in the ‘Kukulcán Álamo’ Park, in 2015; And that changed my life completely. The ‘Melenudos’ are the team I love and the greatest passion I have in this sport. Although I play baseball most of the time, my sport, at first, was (and still is) soccer. Real Madrid and Bayern Munich won my heart and fans from ‘minute one’ and I am fortunate to have already seen them play live. Clearly, I am a fan of Cristiano Ronaldo and Manuel Neuer.

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Yankees: This is what Yankee Stadium tickets cost to see Aaron Judge’s potential 62 HR