The 2017 Yankees Opening Day is set for Monday, April 10th against the Tampa Bay Rays. Get your tickets now!
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Yankees Opening Day is a holiday in New York City
Opening Day for the New York Yankees is a holiday in the city. While the team does not always start their season at home, when they do, it is a cause for celebration. The date of Opening Day varies from year to year, but it is always one of the most anticipated days of the spring.
This year, Opening Day falls on April 2nd. The Yankees will be facing off against the Tampa Bay Rays, and the game will start at 1:05pm EST. If you can’t make it to Yankee Stadium, be sure to catch the game on TV or radio.
It is a day off from work and school
Yankees Opening Day signals the start of baseball season and the return of America’s pastime. It is a day off from work and school, and a day to celebrate with fellow fans. The first game of the season is always something special, and this year’s game will be no different. Here’s everything you need to know about Yankees Opening Day 2017.
Families and friends gather to watch the game
Yankees Opening Day is a time-honored tradition dating back to 1903, when the New York Yankees played their first official game against the Boston Red Sox. Opening Day usually falls on the last Monday in April, and since 2010, it has been celebrated on the same day as Major League Baseball’s opening day.
This year, Yankees Opening Day is scheduled for Monday, April 3, 2017. The game will be played at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York City, and will pit the Yankees against the Tampa Bay Rays. The game is set to start at 1:05pm EDT.
If you can’t make it to Yankee Stadium to watch the game in person, you can catch all the action on television – ESPN will be broadcasting the game nationally.
Yankees Opening Day 2017 is on Monday, April 10th
The New York Yankees are set to open their 2017 season at home against the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday, April 10th. This will be the Yankees’ first game of the season, and they will be looking to start off their campaign on a strong note.