The New York Yankees have unveiled a raft of upgrades to their Steinbrenner Field spring training base at Tampa in Florida.
The complex has undergone a $40 million renovation project, including a new gate entrance and new concession stalls.
There are new loge boxes located on both the 1st base & 3rd base sidelines offering
access to the exclusive premium lounge, located on the upper level of the first base and third base Bullpen Clubs.
Cabanas have also been installed for the ultimate game day experience for groups of 10 or more. This shaded private area is located in the Right Field alley & in close proximity to the RF pavilion.
The newly enhanced RF Pavilion mixes the best baseball on the planet with the comfort and shade of beachside bar, according to the Yankees. The pavilion can accommodate groups of 20-500 comfortably.
Yankees’ CFO Tony Bruno said:
This project has been a great project between the Tampa Sports Authority, Hillsborough County, the city of Tampa and the New York Yankees. We recognize the importance of this project not only for our fans but for the community. It’s a way to say to Florida, as we continue to attract tourism from around the world, ‘come here and enjoy these outdoor beautiful weather games.