PRESS RELEASE – From the new Loge Boxes and shaded Cabanas, to the construction of a two-story gift shop, George M. Steinbrenner Field is evolving and changing the way fans will experience Tampa Yankees games and Spring Training games. The $40 million renovation project began in August and is expected to continue until pitchers and catchers report in February.
“The Tampa community and Yankees fans who visit Hillsborough County deserve the best possible facility to enjoy spring training games and other events held year-round at Steinbrenner Field,” said Tony Bruno, Yankees Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Yankee Global Enterprises. “The renovations, which include an increased number of fan-friendly vantage points, social gathering spaces and shaded areas, will provide our guests with the modern amenities necessary for an exceptional game day experience. We are equally excited about furthering the Yankees’ commitment to the Tampa community and look forward to unveiling a beautiful facility for our fans to enjoy for years to come.”
Excitement is building so stay tuned for more details on the renovation project as well as the release of the Tampa Yankees 2017 schedule and ticket on-sale date.