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Yankees World Series tix for sale
One last post before I focus on 1050 ESPN's Michael Kay hammering his pal Joe Girardi and begin gathering emergency rations to get me through another long, long night of playoff baseball . . .
The Yankees will put a "limited number" of World Series tickets on sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday, online only at yankees.com.
The team will limit purchasers to two tickets to any one World Series game at Yankee Stadium. Game 1 is scheduled for Oct. 28.
Tickets to Games 1 and 2 must be purchased using "print at home" technology. Tickets will not be left at Will Call or mailed.
The Yankees will offer 59 "cafe seats" at Field Level for $156 per ticket and about 220 standing room tickets on the Field and Main Levels for $104 and $93, respectively.
There already are tens of thousands of Series tickets for sale on the secondary market.
(UPDATE: Kay just said the whole Girardi thing is "beyond my realm of understandability.")