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1923-1979 New York Yankees Home Game Schedule
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  1936 Yankees Home Game Schedule
Stadium/Bleachers Ticket Dating Guide
 
1936 Stadium Ticket Stub 
1936 Yankees Grandstand ticket Stub
Item Details
  • YEAR - 1936
  • STADIUM TICKET PRICE - $1.10
  • BLEACHERS TICKET PRICE - .55 cents
  • SERIES LETTER -  D

GAMES OF NOTE

  • Game No. 11 - Joe DiMaggio ML Debut 1st Hit
  • Game No. 18 - Joe DiMaggio 1st Career HR
  • Game No. 40 - Lou Gehrig 400th Home Run
     (Full list of Noted Games below Chart) (Full list of Noted Games below Chart)

Information Provided by:  David Shakir
and KeyManCollectibles.com

 
 
NOTES:
 
    Up until 1979 the date was not included on New York Yankees Grandstand & Bleacher tickets. Once you have figured out the year of your ticket using the Grandstand Ticket Stub Dating Guide, you will need to figure out the game that the ticket is attributed to. Correctly attributing the game number on a ticket to the game played will effect the value. A ticket stub will increase in value due to a significant event, or player milestone. A hitting or pitching milestone by a noted player such as a Home Run by Joe DiMaggio or a shutout thrown by Red Ruffing will have added value.

This New York Yankees Home Schedule is a list of home games to help attribute the number on a ticket to the game(s) played. In 1936 the Yankees were scheduled to play 154 games. 77 Road games, and 77 Home games.

  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)

  NOTE: Game No. 38 scheduled for July 7, vs Boston was removed and added to Game No. 35 and played on June 30, as a Synthetic Double Header. Game No. 67 scheduled for Sept 1, vs Chicago was removed and added to Game No. 65 and played on Aug. 30, as a Synthetic Double Header. Game No. 44 scheduled for July 14, vs Chicago was removed and added to Game No. 42 and played on July 12, as a Synthetic Double Header.

  Tickets for games that were rained out were voided. If the "Make Up Game" for the rain out was added to another scheduled game to create a double header, the ticket number of that scheduled game was used for admission to both games. If the rain out game was made up on an off day, the ticket issued for admission to that game featured a Letter for the Game No. For a scheduled double header, the first game number of the two was used on the ticket for admission to both games.

  For a scheduled double header, the ticket with the first Game No. of the two scheduled games was used for admission to both games. NOTE: Separate game admission for Holiday Double Headers were more common in the 1920's, and two separate ticket No.'s were used for admittance to each game, as is the case for the May 30, 1936 double header vs. Washington. Ticket Game No. 19 was used for the A.M. Game, and Ticket Game No. 20 was used for the P.M. game. Separate Admission for the double header played on Sept 7, 1936 vs. Philadelphia. Ticket Game No. 70 was used for the A.M. Game, and Ticket Game No. 71 was used for the P.M. game.

(Less common in the 1930s, separate admission Holiday Double Headers were eventually phased out)

 
  1936 Yankees Home Schedule  
 
 
 
1936 HOME GAME SCHEDULE
Home Game No. = Number of the home game scheduled. Date of Game = Day the game was played or Scheduled.
Opponent = Visiting team. Ticket No. = Ticket number for game(s) played. Status = Rain Out - Make Up Game - Scheduled
*Yellow Highlight = Scheduled Double Header Gray Highlight = Double Header due to a Make up game
Pink Highlight = Game Not played, Postponed, Rain Out (Game No.) = Number of rained out game being made up
Home
Game No.
DATE OF GAME OPPONENT TICKET NO. STATUS
1 04-17-1936 Boston Red Sox 1 Scheduled Game
2 04-18-1936 Boston Red Sox 2 Scheduled Game
3 04-19-1936 Washington Senators 3 Scheduled Game
4 04-23-1936 Washington Senators 4 Scheduled Game
5 04-24-1936 Washington Senators 5 Scheduled Game
6 04-28-1936 Cleveland Indians 6 Scheduled Game
7 04-29-1936 Cleveland Indians 7 Scheduled Game
8 04-30-1936 Cleveland Indians 8 Scheduled Game
9 05-01-1936 Chicago White Sox 9 Scheduled Game
10 05-02-1936 Chicago White Sox 10 Scheduled Game
11 05-03-1936 St. Louis Browns 11 Scheduled Game
12 05-04-1936 St. Louis Browns Void Rainout
13 05-05-1936 St. Louis Browns 13 Scheduled Game
14 05-06-1936 Detroit Tigers 14 Scheduled Game
15 05-07-1936 Detroit Tigers 15 Scheduled Game
16 05-08-1936 Philadelphia Athletics 16 Scheduled Game
17 05-09-1936 Philadelphia Athletics 17 Scheduled Game
18 05-10-1936 Philadelphia Athletics 18 Scheduled Game
*19-I 05-30-1936 Washington Senators 19 Scheduled
*20-II 05-30-1936 Washington Senators 20 Double Header
21 05-31-1936 Boston Red Sox 21 Scheduled Game
22 06-02-1936 Chicago White Sox 22 Scheduled Game
23 06-03-1936 Chicago White Sox 23 Scheduled Game
24 06-04-1936 Chicago White Sox 24 Scheduled Game
25 06-05-1936 Cleveland Indians 25 Scheduled Game
26 06-06-1936 Cleveland Indians 26 Scheduled Game
27 06-07-1936 Cleveland Indians 27 Scheduled Game
28 06-08-1936 St. Louis Browns 28 Scheduled Game
29 06-09-1936 St. Louis Browns 29 Scheduled Game
30 06-10-1936 St. Louis Browns Void Rainout
31 06-11-1936 Detroit Tigers 31 Scheduled Game
32 06-12-1936 Detroit Tigers 32 Scheduled Game
33 06-13-1936 Detroit Tigers Void Rainout
34 06-14-1936 Detroit Tigers Void Rainout
*35-I 06-30-1936 Boston Red Sox 35 Scheduled Game
+(38)-II 06-30-1936 Boston Red Sox Added Game
36 07-01-1936 Boston Red Sox 36 Scheduled Game
37 07-02-1936 Boston Red Sox 37 Scheduled Game
38 07-03-1936 Boston Red Sox Void Game Removed
39 07-09-1936 Cleveland Indians 39 Scheduled Game
40 07-10-1936 Cleveland Indians 40 Scheduled Game
41 07-11-1936 Cleveland Indians 41 Scheduled Game
*42-I 07-12-1936 Chicago White Sox 42 Scheduled Game
+(44)-II 07-12-1936 Chicago White Sox Added Game
43 07-13-1936 Chicago White Sox 43 Scheduled Game
44 07-14-1936 Chicago White Sox Void Game Removed
45-I 07-15-1936 Detroit Tigers 45 Scheduled Game
(33)-II 07-15-1936 Detroit Tigers Make Up Game
46 07-16-1936 Detroit Tigers 46 Scheduled Game
47 07-17-1936 Detroit Tigers 47 Scheduled Game
48-I 07-18-1936 St. Louis Browns 48 Scheduled Game
(12)-II 07-18-1936 St. Louis Browns Make Up Game
49-I 07-19-1936 St. Louis Browns 49 Scheduled Game
(13)-II 07-19-1936 St. Louis Browns Make Up Game
50 08-07-1936 Philadelphia Athletics Void Rainout
51 08-08-1936 Philadelphia Athletics 51 Scheduled Game
52-I 08-09-1936 Philadelphia Athletics 52 Scheduled Game
(50)-II 08-09-1936 Philadelphia Athletics Make Uo Game
53 08-10-1936 Washington Senators 53 Scheduled Game
54 08-11-1936 Washington Senators 54 Scheduled Game
55 08-12-1936 Washington Senators 55 Scheduled Game
56 08-20-1936 Boston Red Sox Void Rainout
57 08-21-1936 Boston Red Sox 57 Scheduled Game
58 08-22-1936 Boston Red Sox 58 Scheduled Game
59-I 08-23-1936 Boston Red Sox 59 Scheduled Game
(56)-II 08-23-1936 Boston Red Sox Make Up Game
60 08-25-1936 St. Louis Browns 60 Scheduled Game
61 08-26-1936 St. Louis Browns 61 Scheduled Game
62 08-27-1936 St. Louis Browns 62 Scheduled Game
63-I 08-28-1936 Detroit Tigers 63 Scheduled Game
(34)-II 08-28-1936 Detroit Tigers Make Up Game
64 08-29-1936 Detroit Tigers 64 Scheduled Game
*65-I 08-30-1936 Chicago White Sox 65 Scheduled Game
+(67)-II 08-30-1936 Chicago White Sox Added Game
66 08-31-1936 Chicago White Sox 66 Scheduled Game
67 09-01-1936 Chicago White Sox Void Game Removed
68 09-02-1936 Cleveland Indians 68 Scheduled Game
69 09-03-1936 Cleveland Indians 69 Scheduled Game
*70-I 09-07-1936 Philadelphia Athletics 70 Scheduled
*71-II 09-07-1936 Philadelphia Athletics 71 Double Header
72 09-18-1936 Washington Senators 72 Rainout
73 09-19-1936 Washington Senators 73 Scheduled Game
74-I 09-20-1936 Washington Senators 74 Scheduled Game
(72)-II 09-20-1936 Washington Senators Make Up Game
75 09-22-1936 Philadelphia Athletics 75 Scheduled Game
76 09-23-1936 Philadelphia Athletics 76 Scheduled Game
77 09-24-1936 Philadelphia Athletics 77 Scheduled Game
(+) 09-25-1936 Philadelphia Athletics (Letter) Added Game

Games of Note
(Check box scores for milestone games not listed here)
Ticket Number Player Milestone or event
GAME NO. - 1 Home Opener Lefty Grove (Boston) Complete Game Shutout
GAME NO. - 6 Red Ruffing Complete Game Shutout
GAME NO. - 11 Joe DiMaggio Major League Debut First Career Hit
GAME NO. - 15 Bill Dickey 2 Home Runs (career 81, 82)
GAME NO. - 18 Joe DiMaggio First Career Home Run
GAME NO. - 40 Lou Gehrig 2 Home Runs 400th Career Home Run (career 401)
Red Ruffing Complete Game Shutout
GAME NO. - 47 Charlie Gehringer (Detroit) Career Home Run 112
GAME NO. - 49 Lou Gehrig 2 Home Runs (game-I career405 game-II career 406)
GAME NO. - 58 Jimmie Foxx (Boston) Career Home Run 335
GAME NO. - 59 Yankees 100th Win of the seson
Jimmie Foxx (Boston) Home Run (career 336)
GAME NO. - 66 Joe DiMaggio Career Home Run 25
GAME NO. - 73 Bill Dickey Walk-Off Home Run (career 98)
 
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