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Staten Island Yankees Announce New Lower Parking Rate for 2017 Season

STATEN ISLAND- As progress continues on the North Shore developments, the Staten Island Yankees are excited to present a less expensive, more convenient parking option for the 2017 season as the new parking garage is open for self-park.

The new parking garage, formerly the ballpark’s left field parking lot, will be available at an all-time low price of $6 for 2017 Staten Island Yankees home games, even less than the lot’s regular commuter parking rate.

The garage can be accessed at the corner Nicholas Street and Richmond Terrace, with the garage’s entrance located a mere 500 feet from Richmond County Bank Ballpark’s Hamilton Avenue Gate. The garage’s physical address is 155 Richmond Terrace, but 224 Richmond Terrace, the adjacent street corner, can be used for GPS reference. For those accessing the garage via Richmond Terrace, walk-out access to street level is located on the third level, one level up from the Nicholas Street entrance.

For handicap access to the garage, fans can enter via Jersey Street and use shuttles operated by Impark that will transport riders to the ballpark’s main gates.

“In my time with the Staten Island Yankees, access to the immediate area has been a big concern for our fans. With the opening of the parking garage, there’s a new parking option for fans we didn’t have in 2016 that solves a significant problem. To give even more reason to utilize this option, we’ve worked with our local partners to make it less expensive to attend a Staten Island Yankees game in 2017. While cost of attendance is on the rise elsewhere, we’re proud to say we’re doing everything we can to lower costs, making the experience at Richmond County Bank Ballpark as affordable as ever,” said Staten Island Yankees Team President Will Smith


The Staten Island Yankees are the Single A-Short Season Affiliate of the New York Yankees and play at the Richmond County Bank Ballpark at St. George. The Staten Island Yankees are six-time New York-Penn League Champions (2000, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2009 and 2011). For more information, visit siyanks.com.

This post is a press release courtesy of the Staten Island Yankees Media Relations Department.

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