Jeter will become the 22nd player in franchise history to have his number retired and first since teammates Bernie Williams, Jorge Posada and Andy Pettitte had their numbers retired during the 2015 season. His No. 2 will be the 21st number retired by the Yankees as No. 8 was retired for both Yogi Berra and Bill Dickey on Old-Timers' Day in 1972.
The Kalamazoo, Mich. native played his franchise-record 20th and final season with the Yankees in 2014, retiring with a personal career winning percentage of .593 (1,628-1,117-2) and five World Series championships (1996, 1998-2000, '09). A 14-time American League All-Star, Jeter is sixth in baseball history with 3,465 career hits and tops the Yankees' all-time list in hits, games played (2,747), doubles (544), stolen bases (358), at-bats (11,195), singles (2,595) and hit-by-pitches (170). He recorded eight seasons with at least 200 hits and is one of two players in franchise history along with Lou Gehrig (eight) with as many as four.
In a continuing effort to provide Yankees fans with an increased number of value-price single-game ticket options, the Yankees have introduced two new offers: the Pinstripe Pass ticket (starting at $15 for select games) and a Grandstand Level ticket (starting at $10).
For more information regarding the Pinstripe Pass, please visit www.yankees.com/pinstripepass. Additionally, for every 2017 regular season home game, the Yankees will offer $10 Grandstand Tickets in select Grandstand locations. Quantities available will vary for each game.
For a complete list of ticket specials, including game dates, seating locations, and terms and conditions, fans should visit www.yankees.com/ticketspecials. Please note that all ticket specials are subject to availability.
Tickets may be purchased online at www.yankees.com, www.yankeesbeisbol.com, at the Yankee Stadium Ticket Office, via Ticketmaster phone at (877) 469-9849, Ticketmaster TTY at (800) 943-4327 and at all Ticket Offices located within Yankees Clubhouse Shops. Fans with questions may call (212) YANKEES [926-5337] or email email@example.com.
Recently, the Yankees also unveiled numerous new exciting and engaging social gathering spaces and concession options which will be available for all Yankees fans to enjoy throughout the 2017 season.
New Stadium social gathering locations include: the Sunrun Kids Clubhouse - Yankee Stadium's first ever children's zone - located on the 300 Level in right field, Masterpass Batter's Eye Deck in center field, Frank's RedHot Terrace (overlooking the visitors bullpen), Toyota Terrace (overlooking the Yankees bullpen), AT&T Sports Lounge at Section 134 and Budweiser Party Decks on the 300 Level concourse.
For further information on these spaces and for details on parking and public transportation options to Yankee Stadium, please visit www.yankees.com and click on the Yankee Stadium tab at the top of the page.