The Week in TicketCity Search – May 4th

The WWE retains a submission hold on the top spot, though with our local Austin RAW over, it will be interesting to see if they remain competitive next week. Gaga and the esteemed Mr. Bieber swap spots, bringing additional normalcy back to the top 3. Swinging in at #4 is College Baseball, or rather, post season college baseball and the Regional / Super Regional contests leading up to the College World Series in Omaha later this month. The CWS is always popular with us, and looks like this season won’t be any different.

Championships abound this month. World Cup climbs a bit to round out the top 5 and the finals of the NCAA Lacrosse Championships keep that on the board. Skipping down to #10 we see the Lakers appearing, as they secured a 12th meeting with the Boston Celtics in the NBA finals. Another piece of history there with the most famous championship rivalry in all of pro basketball. The Lakers’ record in these meetings could use some polish, so maybe they’ll get on the road to evening things up with the Celtics this year.

The rest of the top 10 includes everyone’s favorite Bachata band, Aventura, and Tool, who tumble a bit from the Top 5 down to #8. Finally, what’s baseball season without the Yankees putting in an appearance on the countdown.

Current
Rank
Last
Week
Keyword
Searched
1 1 WWE
2 3 Lady Gaga
3 2 Justin Bieber
4 - College Baseball
5 8 World Cup
6 5 NCAA Lacrosse
7 9 Aventura
8 4 Tool
9 - NY Yankees
10 8 LA Lakers

New Yankee Stadium Seating Chart

Posted below is the new Yankee Stadium seating chart.  The new Yankee Stadium is currently under construction, and is set to open on April 16, 2009 when the Yankees play the Cleveland Indians.  The new stadium is located just across the street from the current stadium, and will retain the current stadium’s name.

New Yankee Stadium Seating Chart

New Yankee Stadium Seating Chart

Rays Seek Redemption at “The House That Ruth Built”

After tonight’s loss against the Kansas City Royals at Tropicana Field, the Tampa Bay Rays (record 55-33) will have little time to sulk before they take the show back to Yankee Stadium.  The Rays, the first place team in the majors, have tasted defeat only twice in 13 games. Regardless that they won five out of the last six games on the road, their record at New York this year is only 2-2, and the Yanks are ready for a fight after losing three out of four at Tampa in May.  Be prepared for a duel this Tuesday and Wednesday, as Raymond the Seadog makes an appearance at the soon-to-be-no-more Yankee Sadium.  You can get tickets to the match-up on Wednesday, or catch some sun and some fouls in Tampa Bay this year.  If you decide to visit the park in Tampa, make sure to stop over and pet the Cownose rays located in clear view of play behind the center field wall.