Explore the Yankees' Minor League ballparks
The Minor League Ballpark Guides series spotlights each stadium across baseball’s affiliated ranks. Each edition provides ballpark highlights, from concessions to seating options to in-game entertainment to mascots. Ballpark Guides also take travelers through each facility’s surrounding area, encompassing the best places in town to eat or drink, nearby tourist attractions and more. Plan your Minor League Baseball road trip today!
For Yankees prospects, the journey to the Majors touches four different states and starts in sunny Florida at a ballpark named after one of the most iconic people in Yankee history. From there, the three remaining systems aren't more than a two-hour drive from the Bronx, starting in New Jersey, then shuffling over to New York, before landing in Pennsylvania for the last stop.
The Yankees’ system, in four parts:
Single-A: Tampa Tarpons, George M. Steinbrenner Field
Welcome to George M. Steinbrenner Field, where the history runs deep, the tradition is rich and the Silver Kings reign supreme. Read more »
High-A: Hudson Valley Renegades, Heritage Financial Park
Hike the hills of New York City’s backyard or stroll through the galleries of a world-class museum before settling in at a bucolic ballpark nestled among the trees. Once there, visit the Scouts Hall of Fame or enjoy local wine while taking in the ballgame. Read more »
Double-A: Somerset Patriots, TD Bank Ballpark
TD Bank Ballpark is a baseball oasis in the center of the Garden State. Take a train to the game, meet Sparky Lyle and his mascot counterpart and indulge in a burger topped with New Jersey's favorite food. Read more »
Triple-A: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders, PNC Field
They couldn’t move mountains to build the ballpark, so they built right up to them. Take a trolley to the game or stay in a hotel overlooking the field, then escape the sun beneath trees on the right-field berm and root for your favorite Yankees legend in the mascot race. Read more »