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Posted by: BigYankeesFan on Sep 14, 2016 at 08:13:06 AM

Hello fellow Yankees Fan,


  I’ve recently have been selected as a nominee for the inaugural MLB Fans of the Year program, representing the New York Yankees.  I truly love the Yankees and my passion for pride, power and pinstripes is undeniable.  Being selected among 3 other Yankees fans out of millions is reward of itself.  Especially being on website.  I’ve decided to make a few promo votes of why you should vote for me on twitter using the hashtag #YanksFOTY1

I hope you enjoyed my vote promo vidoes!  Lets go Yankees and don't forget to vote on twitter using the hastag #YanksFOTY1

Posted by: BigYankeesFan on Mar 23, 2012 at 10:18:45 AM

1)      Will the Yankees win their 28th World Series this upcoming season?

2)      With the new wild card rules in place will the Yankees win the division?

3)      The Yankees currently have 7 Staring pitchers (Sabathia, Nova, Kuroda, Pettitte, Pineda, Hughes & Garcia).  However there needs to be a 5 man rotation.  Besides C.C who will be the other 4 starting pitchers that will lead the Yankees into the playoffs?

4)      How does the lack of pitching at a professional level affect Andy Pettitte during a year of retirement?

5)      Will Raul Ibanez and Andrew Jones be an effective DH?

6)      Will Mariano Rivera retire after

Posted by: BigYankeesFan on Aug 24, 2011 at 09:43:49 AM

     Yesterday’s earthquake in NYC not only shaken my feet a little bit also triggered reminders of the 1989 World Series game 3 between the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants. The Loma Prieta earthquake struck on October 17, 1989 at 5:04 p.m. Game 3 that were scheduled to start at 5:35 p.m. at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. The game was interrupted during the earthquake and there was no World Series baseball for 10 days. I was 8 years old and living in Brooklyn, NY during this time period. Its one of the earliest World Series I could personally remember. The only way I knew what was happening in San Francisco was from watching News on TV and whatever was discussed in school about the earthquake. During 1989 our only media was Radio, Television and

Posted by: BigYankeesFan on Jul 27, 2011 at 03:31:18 PM

It’s been awhile since I’ve wrote a blog.  A majority of us are creatures of habit.  For me a typical Yankees game at the new Yankee Stadium my rituals consist of the following: Walking down River Avenue saying “Hello” to Bald Vinny during the time batting practice occurs inside the stadium, visiting the home plate team store, then visiting the Steiner Sports Store and getting a Lobel’s steak sandwich.   I normally sit in the terrace when I attend games at Yankee Stadium however due to a unique opportunity I was able to sit in the batter’s eye section seats which are located above the Mohegan sun club.

  This week marks Yankee Stadium 3rd annual Hope week.  The Yankees record during hope week is currently 9-2 .818 Winning

Posted by: BigYankeesFan on Apr 28, 2011 at 09:20:32 AM

Hey All,

  Within the past 3 games.  The yankees Runs are all produced mostly due to homeruns.  I've made a video rant.  Check it out.

(My video file size was too big to upload on sorry guys)

Posted by: BigYankeesFan on Apr 1, 2011 at 05:07:24 PM

   I’m so happy that baseball has finally returned.  It was great to attend a live baseball game after what felt like a very long winter.  I hope everyone had a chance to watch my video before going to Yankee Stadium Yesterday.    It was very cold, windy, and rainy.  It sure did feel like a post-season game based on the weather conditions.  The stadium vendors were even going around selling hot chocolate. The stadium was very prepared for Opening day.  I’ve noticed a few things different around the stadium for the 2011 season.  In the food court area in left field level there was a Dylan’s Candy bar shop.  I’ve also went inside the Yankee Museum in which they added a few new exhibits.  But I would like to

Posted by: BigYankeesFan on Mar 24, 2011 at 12:11:44 PM


Buck Showalter has recently made some recent comments towards the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox.  An interview in the April edition of Men's Journal, Showalter lashed out at Yankees captain Derek Jeter as well as Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein. 

     According to Buck Showalter “The first time we went to Yankee Stadium, I screamed at Derek Jeter from the dugout," Showalter told  Men’s Journal” "Our guys are thinking, 'Wow, he's screaming at Derek Jeter.' Well, he's always jumping back from balls just off the plate. I know how many calls that team gets -- and yes, he [ticks] me off."

     "I'd like to see how smart Theo Epstein is with the Tampa Bay [Rays] payroll," Showalter told Men's Journal.