They built a new ball park across the street, so it's not necessary to have the old one there.
"Old Yankee Stadium" or Yankee Stadium I, was home to the New York Yankees from 1923 - 2008 . Yankee Stadium was also known as "The House that Ruth Built."
The old Yankee Stadium, from 1923-2008, was always named Yankee Stadium.
The old New York Yankee Stadium closed in 2008 and they ended up building the new stadium right across the street from the old Yankee Stadium.
Yes. The old Yankee Stadium had a seating capacity of 56,936.
No, it is not. The new Yankee Stadium, like the old stadium, is natural grass.
No. Although it was torn down, parts of it were sold.
Shea Stadium was bigger than the old Yankee Stadium.
The new Yankee Stadium is the home of the Yankees. The Yankees said farewell to the old Yankee Stadium in '08.
No, it is not. The new Yankee Stadium, like the old stadium, has an open roof.
The old Yankee Stadium had a seating capacity of 56,936.
No. On May 13, 2010, the demolition of the old Yankee Stadium was completed.
The old Yankee Stadium opened on April 18, 1923.
The old Yankee Stadium seating capacity was 56,936.
Yes, it does. The new Yankee Stadium has the same outfield dimensions as the old stadium.
No, it does not. The new Yankee Stadium, like the old one, has no roof.
The old stadium was called "The House That Ruth Built","The Cathedral of Baseball" & "The Bronx Zoo". The new stadium is called "New Yankee Stadium", "Yankee Stadium II" & "The Big Ballpark in the Bronx".
The Yankees played in the old Yankee Stadium from 1923-2008.
Opening day at Yankee Stadium was April 18, 1923
No, the old Yankee Staduim was still called Yankee Staduim.
Derek Jeter holds the record with 1,274 hits at the old Yankee Stadium.
No. The old Yankee Stadium opened in 1923. Fenway Park opened in 1912.
The Yankees first game at the old Yankee Stadium was on April 18, 1923.
It is still in the Bronx, and has a white frieze on the upper portion of the stadium.