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NY Yankees Grandstand & Bleachers ticket stub Collecting

1941 Yankees
Full Grandstand Ticket
1941 Yankees Full Grandstand Ticket
An unused ticket attributed to a game played on 09-06-1941 vs the Boston Red Sox
Sold 2 hours before the game Full Grandstand tickets for a game played is rare.
 
  INDEX  
New York Yankees Home Game Schedule
Grandstand/Bleachers Ticket Dating Guide
  The New York Yankees Home Game Schedule is a year by year list of home games played at Yankee Stadium for the purpose of properly attributing a Grandstand or Bleacher ticket Game No. to the game played. The list features scheduled games, double headers, rainouts, and make up games. Each page includes games of note, player milestones, records, and historic game events for that year.  

1923-1929
1930-1939
1940-1949
1950-1959
1960-1969
1970-1979
Method for Attributing the Game No. to the Game Played
(Stadium Admission, Grandstand, General Admission, & Bleachers)
    Websites that provide "Schedule and Results" list the games in the order in which they were played, both home games, and road games. In a 162 game schedule, the games are listed from 1-162 and the finale number of games played will sometimes vary depending if a rain out that was not made up subtracts from this number or if a tie game that was replayed, adds to the number.

 The "Game No." that appears on a Grandstand or Bleachers ticket stub is the game number for the scheduled home game. In a 162 game schedule, Game No. 1 - 81. but, because of rain outs, and make up games you cannot count the number of home games on the "Schedule and Results" list to come up with the correct game number. You need a Home Game Schedule that was printed before the season started.

 The Team Home Schedule will provide you with the correct Game No. attributed to a ticket. The Game No. on the ticket for the first game of a Scheduled Double Header is used for admittance to both scheduled games. (up until 1974 when both scheduled Game No.'s are used) Scheduled Double Headers count as two games. However, separate game admission for a Holiday Double Header was common in the 1920's, and two separate ticket No.'s were used for admittance to each game. This happened in 1925, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935 and 1936.

 Heading into the 1930's baseball saw a major decline in week-day afternoon single game attendance, due in part to the great depression, and high unemployment. To boost gate receipts Baseball offered two games for the price of one. What they did was remove a scheduled single week-day game and added it to a Sunday game earlier in the season. They called it a "Synthetic Double Header" (Synthetic Double Headers, were sometimes created due to stress on the schedule caused by excessive Rain outs)

 The tickets for games that were rained out were voided out, and if the make up game is added to another scheduled game and played as a double header the game number for the scheduled game is used for admittance to both games. If the rain out game is made up and played on an off day a Letter is assigned as the Game No. The letter is randomly selected for that game and are not used in order from A-Z, making it difficult to attribute a lettered Game No. to a specific game played. Games that were rained out on the road are sometimes made up at home adding to the teams number of home games played for that season. (and vice versa) The same rules apply. If the game is added to a scheduled game the Game No. for the schedule game is used for admittance and if played on an off day a lettered Game No. is used.
 
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New York Yankees Grandstand Ticket Stub Dating Guide
 
 
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