Major League Baseball
Yankees fans are ready to roar in the Bronx. From Penn Station New York, walk one block to 34 St - Herald Sq, take the D train to 161 St - Yankee Stadium. Check departure service and times before you leave as service may be limited to weekdays only.
If you’re traveling from Bergen County, northern Hudson County, or eastern Passaic County, consider taking one of our Interstate Bus Lines into the George Washington Bridge Bus Station (171, 175, 178, 181, 182, 186, 188) with a quick transfer to the Bx13 on 179th Street. The Bx13 will take you directly to Yankee Stadium.
1 E. 161 St., Bronx, N.Y.
Heading to Queens for a Mets home game? At Penn Station New York, take the LIRR Port Washington Branch to Mets-Willets Point Station, which is a 5-minute walk to Citi Field. Click HERE for more in-depth directions for getting out to Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
41 Seaver Way, Queens, NY
Catch your favorite Phillies players at a home game. At NJ TRANSIT’s Trenton Transit Center, you can pick up SEPTA service to the Broad Street Line. NRG Station is located at Broad & Pattison, a 7-minute walk to Citizens Bank Park.
Citizens Bank Park
1 Citizens Bank Park Way, Philadelphia, PA
Minor League Baseball
As the New York Yankees Double-A Affiliate, the Somerset Patriots develop today's top minor league talent into the pinstriped superstars of tomorrow. Competing in the Double-A Eastern League, the Patriots play their home games at TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater.
Somerset Patriots is a proud member of NJT Rewards® which is NJ TRANSIT’s Rewards Program. NJ TRANSIT customers that purchase their tickets and passes via the NJ TRANSIT Mobile App® build points to earn rewards to Somerset Patriots home games. Here’s one now! Don't miss out on the Somerset Patriots this summer with $4 off the Regular Ticket Price of Box Seats. Visit njtrewards.com and download the NJ TRANSIT Mobile App to start building points today for some great summer offers!
Getting there with NJ TRANSIT: Fans can take the Raritan Valley Line to the Bridgewater Station stop, exit the train and walk to the ballpark, just two minutes away!
TD Bank Ballpark
1 Patriots Park, Bridgewater, NJ
Somerset Patriots Website
Since 1994, the Trenton Thunder have been proud to say, "Thunder Makes, Baseball Takes!’’ Trenton Thunder works in conjunction with Major League Baseball as a top collegiate summer league that showcases top baseball talent. You can catch their first home game in June.
Trenton Thunder Baseball is a proud member of NJT Rewards® which is NJ TRANSIT’s Rewards Program. NJ TRANSIT customers that purchase their tickets and passes via the NJ TRANSIT Mobile App® build points to earn rewards to Trenton Thunder home games. Here’s one now! Don't miss out on the Trenton Thunder Experience this summer with $4 off Advanced Ticket Price. Visit njtrewards.com and download the NJ TRANSIT Mobile app to start building points today for some great summer offers!
Getting there with NJ TRANSIT: Fans can take NJ TRANSIT’s RiverLINE Light Rail from Trenton Transit Center to Waterfront Entertainment Center. From there, exit at the Cass Street Station and in just 9-minutes, you are at the ballpark. If you’re traveling from Ewing Township or Broad Street Park, consider hopping on the 607 to Cass Street, a 4-minute walk from the Home Plate Gate.
Trenton Thunder Ballpark at Mercer County Waterfront Park
One Thunder Road, Trenton, NJ
Trenton Thunder Website
The New Jersey Jackals are a member team of the Frontier League, a Professional Baseball League of 16 teams throughout the US and Canada, and a Partner League of Major League Baseball (MLB). Home games are played in Hinchliffe Stadium, which formerly hosted Negro League baseball teams such as the New York Black Yankees and the New York Cubans. To reach the stadium, take the train to the Paterson stop and enjoy a 25-minute walk, past the Paterson Great Falls, to the stadium. The stadium is also close to bus stops serving the lines 703, 712, and 748.
Liberty & Maple Streets, Paterson, NJ
New Jersey Jackals Website
The Jersey Shore BlueClaws minor league baseball team is a High-A Affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies. They have won three South Atlantic League Championships - 2006, 2009, and 2010 - and reached the SAL Championship Series in both 2016 and 2018! Two Phillies legends, Ryan Howard (2002) and Cole Hamels (2003) both played here. The BlueClaws play their games at First Energy Park, which seats 6,600 guests
First Energy Park
2 Stadium Way, Lakewood, NJ
The Sussex County Miners are a member of the Frontier League and play a 96-game season from May through September. Their home base is Skylands stadium, a 4,200-seat ballpark.
94 Championship Place, Augusta, NJ