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Best Ballpark Renovation by Ballpark Digest: 2017

Updated: Aug 23, 2018

"The old Steinbrenner Field, where the focus was on season-ticket holders, was expanded and renovated with a new 360-degree concourse, new social spaces, and an open layout that encourages folks to mingle before, during and after the game.”

George M. Steinbrenner Field underwent a $40 million renovation enhancing the game-day experience for the New York Yankees Spring Training and Tampa Tarpons home-games as well as modernizing, expanding and developing the ability to host special events at the venue. From then to now, GMS Field has five new spaces including two rooftop clubs in the Bullpen Club and Fifth Third Bank Club, Florida-style lounge seating in our Seminole Hard Rock Cabanas and a circular outfield bar with terraced, reserved seating in the Right Field Terrace.

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Florida Style Seminole Hard Rock Cabanas

Although this is a New York Yankees venue, we hold much more than baseball. Each space can be reserved for celebrations, corporate parties, holiday parties, family gatherings, special occasion surprises or photoshoot, team building exercises or, for example, tailgates!

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Platted Dinner on the GMS Main Field

Everything done at George M. Steinbrenner Field is consumer-oriented while focusing on keeping the Yankees tradition of excellence alive. From baseball to venue rentals to community events, the renovations done over the 2016/2017 off-season pushed us to being one of the most premiere, unique, flexible and versatile event venues in Tampa Bay.

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Best Ballpark Renovation Award

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