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Yankee  Stadium

Built: 1923  
Opening Day: April 18, 1923
Opponent: Boston Red Sox
Remodeled: 1974-1976


Nickname: The House That Ruth Built
Address: 161st St & River Ave
Bronx, NY 10451
Seating Capacity: 57,545



Monument Park

Area behind center field wall between the bullpens. Serves as the Yankees' own "Hall of Fame" honoring the franchise's greatest players with 5 monuments and numerous plaques.
Monuments include:
  • Miller Huggins (1st monument dedicated May 30, 1032)
  • Lou Gehrig
  • Babe Ruth
  • Mickey Mantle
  • Joe DiMaggio
Some of the Player Plaques include:
  • Phil Rizzuto
  • Lefty Gomez
  • Don Mattingly
  • Casey Stengel
  • Joe McCarthy
  • Thurman Munson
  • Yogi Berra
  • Allie Reynolds
  • Roger Maris
  • Whitey Ford
  • Bob Sheppard (the voice of Yankee Stadium)
  • Mel Allen
  • Ron Guidry
  • Reggie Jackson
For more information about Yankee Stadium, please visit Yankees.com.
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