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New York Yankees Stories
154 Stories
WE WERE THERE!
Posted: May 13, 2012
There are few places that baseball has more history, legend, heroes & meaning than Yankee Stadium and tNY Yankee baseball. I grew up that way -- even tho' I didn't grow up in NY but on the West Coast near San Francisco. I heard stories about the...
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Opening Day, Subic Bay, 1971 Yankees; Yes that's me!
Posted: April 13, 2012
From:Northridge, Los Angeles, CA, USA
My Yankees experience is a tale of passion, conviction, and a few tears shed for deciding the new name of our little league baseball team. In 1971, my family lived in Subic Bay, Philippines, during my dad's naval assignment there. In the attached...
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Fans: 50
Steinbrenner Field (Spring Training) on 3/25/2012
Posted: April 12, 2012
From:Naples, FL, USA
I met my love, Ben, at a Yankees-Twins Spring training game on March 27, 2011. I had arrived at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers early to take pictures of the Yankees players during batting practice. I was standing behind the Yankee's dugout, when I...
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Fans: 4
 
Boston Red Sox Stories
119 Stories
Sealed with a kiss... the bleachers were going WILD!
Posted: April 11, 2012
This is a story.....a true story.....a love story. This is also how our beloved Red Sox were part of two families joining into one. My mom and my step dad were married at Fenway Park in August of 2008. These are the sacred vows which changed our...
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Fans: 72
The infamous Fenway dog
Posted: April 9, 2012
From:Valrico, FL, USA
I was born in New Hampshire. After 34 years living in Florida, my buddies and I decide it was time to go back to Fenway. The last time I was there I was as a kid with my dad and we sat in obstructed view seats because that is all that he could...
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Fans: 202
When I began loosing my hair, we had a party and everyone had a turn at the clippers.
Posted: April 8, 2012
My husband and I have been married for two years, but have been through a lifetime of experiences. We were married in July of 2010 and 4 months later, almost to the day, I was diagnosed with stage 2 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. While our friends were choosing...
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Fans: 1910
 
Atlanta Braves Stories
58 Stories
Thank you Marcus Giles!
Posted: May 24, 2012
Back in 2001, one of my life long friends came to visit me in Chicago all the way from Oregon. Thanks to Portland not having an MLB team and to TBS, where-back in the good old days-they would broadcast almost every Braves game in Oregon, my friend...
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Fans: 41
Brandon and his new bride
Posted: May 23, 2012
From:Williamsport, PA, USA
My son Brandon is the biggest Atlanta Braves fan in the Northeast. Everything in Brandon's life, from the time he was five revolved around Braves baseball. So, when he decided to marry Molly, he somehow talked her out of a honeymoon in Aruba for a...
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Fans: 7
Vintage Fan
Posted: May 17, 2012
From:Hood River, OR 97031, USA
My father was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1951, and he has been a fan of the Braves since their relocation to Milwaukee in 1953. The Braves catcher, Walker Cooper, moved in next door to my father in 1952, and that was the spark needed for him...
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Fans: 76
 
Detroit Tigers Stories
55 Stories
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Posted: May 7, 2012
From:Indianapolis, IN, USA
Baseball has a way of strengthening the bond between a father and his son. I can remember going to my first Detroit Tigers with my dad at 8 years old. The players seemed so close at the old Tigers Stadium that you felt like you were right there on...
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Fans: 1306
Me and Paws at Comerica Park
Posted: May 4, 2012
When I was 4 yrs. old I started playing baseball with my brothers. I immediately loved the game, couldn't get enough of it. I watched the tigers on tv and listened to them on the radio at the same time. I had all the stats. I played all the way...
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Fans: 2
Tigers vs Red Sox
Posted: May 3, 2012
In August 1988, I was a member of the Ohio National Guard and served as a military police officer. During that summer my unit was at Camp Grayling, MI for training. Some of us were lucky enough to drive our personal vehicles instead of traveling to...
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Fans: 52
 
St. Louis Cardinals Stories
50 Stories
Dad's Three Sons In Final Weeks Of Old Busch Stadium, 2005
Posted: May 30, 2012
From:Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Loyalty. It's a quality not unlike kryptonite to bandwagon fans, but one heading the list for Cardinals fans. My dad taught me about loyalty, twice--once on purpose and once inadvertently (I think). The former occurred one lazy summer day in June...
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Neices with Fredbird
Posted: May 24, 2012
For as long as I can remember, I have always been a die hard Cardinals fan. When younger, I remember listening to Jack Buck on the radio, whether outside fishing with the family, working outside, or just sitting in front of the radio waiting for...
+49points
Fans: 49
Don't drop it
Posted: May 23, 2012
From:Chicago, IL, USA
I was an intern for the Cardinals in the media relations department during the summer of 2011, passing out media credentials. It was my first job, and was to end the last day of the season. Well, first the Redbirds sneak into the playoffs the last...
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Fans: 5
 
Texas Rangers Stories
43 Stories
Me, my son, mom, Grandpa, and Grandma
Posted: May 9, 2012
From:Sweetwater, TX 79556, USA
I remember from my earliest years, born in 1972, beautiful spring and summer days when my Grandpa would take me and my brothers out to the original Rangers ballpark in Arlington. It was those afternoons and evenings where we learned all of the...
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Fans: 86
User submitted photo
Posted: May 4, 2012
From:St Clair Shores, MI, USA
I grew up a huge fan of all sports. It was ingrained in us at a very early age. My father played college football, my sister was an all state basketball player and I played college baseball. To say that my family was crazy sports fans is an...
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Fans: 3
Me and Jim Knox
Posted: May 3, 2012
From:Long Beach, CA, USA
I have been a Rangers fan in exile since I was a little boy and we went to old Arlington Stadium in the 70's. I followed Nolan Ryan when he left for Houston then Texas in the late 80s and 90s. Let me tell you, it is very difficult being a Texas...
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