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It seems unfair but the fine print on the ticket probably says that times can be changed without prior notice or at least short notice. A much money as MLB makes you'd think they would give a fan a break one in awhile.
Game times can be changed to accommodate national TV, and I believe they can change the time up until 96 hours before a game. I was a Mets plan holder, and I remember one Saturday game vs. new-jersey was changed from 7:00 to 1:20PM t accommodate national TV, at 1PM, it was raining, and they had to postpone the game but at 7PM, the sun was out and it was a beautiful evening, the wouldn't have had a postponement had they not changed the time. MLB doesn't care about the fans, all they want to do is take your money, especially where the Yankees are concerned.
To me this is the single worst thing to happen to sports in the last 10-15 years. It happens in baseball, football, all the major sports. They reschedule games to satisfy the TV partners and don't care one little bit about who it inconveniences. It's not fair. It's not right. I would get on the phone with their ticket office and keep asking for supervisors until I got some action. I doubt I would get my money back but I would imagine if I made a big enough stink they would excnahge them for another date i could go.
It looks like you didn't clearly read the fine print because they do state that game times can be changed with no refund.
The game times can change, the tickets even say that. You should of gave them to someone else or sold them to someone else.
It is because espn tries to shove us yankees baseball down the throats.
Put them on stubhub....that game will be a sellout anyway
So sell them. Times change on sporting events. Welcome to the world.