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New York Yankees Home field: Yankee Stadium, The Bronx (tickets) Who they are: The Bronx Bombers; winners of 27 World Series and wearers of classic pinstriped uniforms; the team of Joltin’ Joe, The Mick, The Babe and many more evocatively nicknamed all-time greats. What’s going on: The days of the Yankees flexing their financial muscle on the free-agent market have been in retrograde the past two off-seasons. Why you should go: Well, for one thing, they're the New York Yankees. How to get there: Take the B, D or 4 train up to 161st St–Yankee Stadium; the stop is right in front of the ballpark. What to eat: The favorites are fairly clear-cut: Parm, for chicken or meatball subs, and Lobel’s, for carved steak sandwiches. NYC SPORTS nyc baseball guide Check out the rest of our coverage for every local team.
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