1973 NEW YORK YANKEES LAST GAME PLAYED AT ORIGINAL YANKEE STADIUM TICKET HOUSE THAT RUTH BUILT. RARE SEPT 30, 1973 LAST GAME PLAYED AT ORIGINAL YANKEE STADIUM THE HOUSE THAT RUTH BUILT. WHEN THE NEW STADIUM RENOVATION WAS DONE AND YANKEE STADIUM OPENED BACK UP IN 1976 IT WASN'T THE SAME. GONE WERE THE WOODEN SEATS.
YANKEE STADIUM WAS NOT THE SAME AS WHEN BABE RUTH, LOU GEHRIG, JOE DIMAGGIO, MICKEY MANTLE PLAYED THERE. GAME WAS AGAINST THE TIGERS. DUKE SIMS WAS THE LAST YANKEE TO HIT A HOME RUN IN ORIGINAL YANKEE STADIUM.
TICKET IS IN NEAR MINT SHAPE. WHEN the new stadium reopened in 1976 The outside shell of the stadium remained the same, with its original limestone painted over. Among the more noticeable changes after the renovation was the removal of 118 columns reinforcing each tier of the stadium's grandstand.
The stadium's roof, including its distinctive 15 feet (4.6 m) metal frieze, was replaced by the new upper shell and new lights were added. A white painted concrete replica of the frieze was added atop the wall encircling the bleachers. The playing field was lowered by about seven feet and moved outward slightly. Escalators and ramps were added in three sections to make the upper deck more accessible. The original wooden stadium seats were replaced with wider plastic ones and the upper deck expanded upward nine rows, excluding the walkway.
A new upper concourse was built above the old and original concourse exits were closed in by new seating. A new middle tier was built featuring a larger press box and 16 luxury boxes. About one-third of the bleacher seats were eliminated, their middle section converted to a blacked-out batter's eye. A wall was built behind the bleachers blocking the views from Gerard Avenue and the elevated subway platform above River Avenue. On this wall, the Yankees erected the first instant replay display in baseball, referred to in literature as a "telescreen".All told, the Stadium was reduced to a listed capacity of 57,545. The Stadium's playing field was drastically altered. "Death Valley" was reduced by more than 40 feet (12 m) while the right-field home-run porch was moved out. Monuments once in play were moved to a newly created Monument Park. In 1985, the left field fence was moved in and the stadium assumed its final dimensions in 1988.
Although it was essentially the same structure, the renovations were significant enough that some sources consider them two different stadiums. The ESPN Sports Almanac, for instance, calls the original stadium "Yankee Stadium I" and the renovated stadium "Yankee Stadium II".The item "1973 NEW YORK YANKEES LAST GAME PLAYED AT ORIGINAL YANKEE STADIUM TICKET STUB" is in sale since Tuesday, April 23, 2019. This item is in the category "Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Vintage Sports Memorabilia\Ticket Stubs". The seller is "ticketstubsandpubs" and is located in Scottsdale, AZ. This item can be shipped to United States.