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Yankees to hold Mike Mussina Hall of Fame Celebration Day on Sun., Sept. 1 

First 18,000 Guests to receive a Mike Mussina T-shirt courtesy of Goldenberg’s Peanut Chews; Mussina’s Hall of Fame Plaque will be available to Guests for viewing and photos
August 27, 2019

The New York Yankees today announced details regarding the Mike Mussina Hall of Fame Celebration, which will be held on Sunday, September 1, at Yankee Stadium, when the Yankees take on the Oakland Athletics in a 1:05 p.m. game. Those attending are encouraged to arrive early and be in their

The New York Yankees today announced details regarding the Mike Mussina Hall of Fame Celebration, which will be held on Sunday, September 1, at Yankee Stadium, when the Yankees take on the Oakland Athletics in a 1:05 p.m. game.

Those attending are encouraged to arrive early and be in their seats by 12:30 p.m. to enjoy a special pregame ceremony featuring Mussina, his family and his Hall of Fame plaque from Cooperstown. Mussina will also throw out the game’s ceremonial first pitch to his son Peyton.

Guests will be able to view and take photos of Mussina’s Hall of Fame plaque, which will be on display inside Gate 2 from the first pitch through the start of the seventh inning.

Additionally, the first 18,000 Guests in attendance will receive a Mike Mussina T-shirt courtesy of Goldenberg’s Peanut Chews.

All gates will open to ticket-holding fans at 11:00 a.m.

Tickets for Sunday’s Mussina celebration and Yankees-A’s game — as well as tickets for all regular season games at Yankee Stadium — may be purchased online at www.yankees.com and www.yankeesbeisbol.com, at Yankee Stadium Advance Ticket Windows located between Gate 4 and Gate 6 on E. 161st Street, via Ticketmaster phone at (877) 469-9849 and Ticketmaster TTY at (800) 943-4327, and at all ticket offices located within Yankees Clubhouse Shops.

Mussina was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on July 21, having been elected in his sixth year of eligibility. The Montoursville, Penn., native posted a 270-153 career record with a 3.68 ERA (3,562.2IP, 1,458ER) over 18 Major League seasons, earning seven Gold Glove Awards and five All-Star selections. After playing his first 10 years with the Baltimore Orioles (1991-2000), he spent his final eight seasons with the Yankees (2001-08), going 123-72 with a 3.88 ERA (1,553.0IP, 669ER) in 249 games (248 starts). He memorably capped off his career on a high note, becoming a first-time 20-game winner on the final day of the season in his last year in the big leagues.