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New York Yankees

  1. 1. New York Yankees<br />Championship Team <br />Championship Experience<br />
  2. 2. What do they sell and provide?<br />Tickets (General, Group, Season, and Luxury)<br />Clothing (Jerseys, Hats, Shirts, Collectibles)<br />Service provided is the baseball game<br />
  3. 3. Championship Experience<br />The Yankees separate themselves from their competition by providing a better experience<br />Experience comes from the historic value of the franchise, the game, seating, food, and their commitment to excellence<br />
  4. 4. The Game<br />The Yankees have 11 all-stars on the current roster<br />The more superstars you have the better the game<br />Not too many other teams can say they have 11 all-stars<br />They are willing to sign the best players available every year to improve the team (Sabathia, Burnett, Teixeira, Granderson)<br />Not even the Red Sox can compare with what the Yankees have and offer, this includes, historically, team rosters, statistically, and the stadiums.<br />Unlike the Red Sox the Yankees do not make stupid trades, sign overrated free agents, and they never have “bridge years”.<br />
  5. 5. History of the Team<br />New York Yankees<br />Boston Red Sox<br />Established in 1901<br />6 AL East Division Titles<br />12 AL Pennants<br />7 World Series Titles<br />Three 100+ win seasons<br />Established in 1901<br />16 AL East Division Titles<br />40 AL Pennants<br />27 World Series Titles<br />Eighteen 100+ win seasons<br />
  6. 6. Starting Lineup<br />New York Yankees<br />Boston Red Sox<br />Jeter SS<br /> Johnson DH<br /> Teixeira 1B<br /> Rodriquez 3B<br /> Cano 2B<br /> Posada C<br />Granderson CF<br /> Swisher RF<br /> Gardner LF<br />Scutaro SS<br />Pedroia 2B<br />Youkilis 1B<br />Beltre 3B<br /> Martinez C<br /> Lowell 3B<br /> Drew RF<br /> Hall CF<br /> McDonald LF<br />
  7. 7. Pitching<br />New York Yankees<br />Boston Red Sox<br />Sabathia<br /> Burnett<br />Pettitte<br /> Vazquez<br /> Hughes<br /> Ho Park<br /> Chamberlain<br /> Rivera<br />Beckett<br /> Lester<br /> Lackey<br /> Wakefield<br /> Buchholz<br />Okajima<br /> Bard<br />Papelbon<br />
  8. 8. Team Stats<br />.272 Batting Average (8th)<br />3.53 ERA (7th)<br />Rank 2nd in team defense<br />Sabathia (3.12 ERA), Burnett (2.43ERA), Pettitte (1.29 ERA)<br />Cano is batting .407, 8 HR, 17 RBI<br />Jeter is batting .311 with 15 RBI<br />Batting Average against their pitching is .232 (3rd)<br />.260 Batting Average (15th)<br />5.50 ERA (30th)<br />Rank 18th in team defense<br />Allowed 38-41 SB (30th)<br />Beckett (7.22 ERA), Lester (4.71ERA), Lackey (5.09 ERA)<br />Ortiz is batting .154, has 19K in only 15 games played<br />During their 5 game losing streak the Sox were outscored 32-9, .197 BA, 0-32 with RISP.<br />9 of 11 wins have come against teams with a record below .500.<br />New York Yankees<br />Boston Red Sox<br />
  9. 9. The Stadiums<br />Yankee Stadium has a 52,325 seat capacity<br />All of the seating provides plenty of leg and arm room<br />Every seat provides a good view<br />No poles obstructing the view of the game<br />Average ticket price is $54<br />Fenway Park has a 37, 402 seat capacity<br />Concourses - small and cramped, especially right before and right after the game.  Very difficult to walk through, especially from home plate to first base to right field<br />Seats - All grandstand seats are very small and close together.  There is very little leg room or arm room, and you have to stand up to let everyone in and out of the row<br />Viewing Angles - Aside from the sections behind and around home plate, most of the seats do not face home plate, so you have to crane your neck and turn your body to see<br />Poles - Most sections in right and left field are obstructed by poles, meaning that you are unable to see the pitcher or catcher or 1st base<br />Average ticket price is $40<br />Yankee Stadium<br />Fenway Park<br />
  10. 10. Yankee Stadium<br />East 161st Street & River Ave.<br />Bronx, NY<br />(718) 293-4300<br /><br />