Gregory Scott

Grew up 30 minutes from Yankee Stadium, moved to Virginia to attend school and ended up meeting my wife, and creating a home.  It doesn’t get any better than Yankees baseball and we at love to talk about it and create interesting content.    

Andrew Rotondi 

Andrew is a fellow diehard Yankees fan who lives in—wait for it—Boston.  Growing up in New England Andrew has had to deal with loud and obnoxious Red Sox fans his entire life; but thanks in part to his father, he knew where to devote his loyalty at a young age.  Andrew graduated from The University of Vermont in 2010 and has been living in Boston ever since.  In his spare time he enjoys playing golf, skiing, writing, calling local sports radio to piss off Boston fans, and of course, the Yankees.  Follow Andrew on Twitter (@Yankees_talk) where you discuss the latest play during each game.

Ryan Nakada

Yankees fan for most of my life. Has always had a love for baseball, whether it be playing it, watching it, reading about it, or writing about it.Tweet me: @adakannayr    

Justin McElrath

Lifelong Yankee fan from New Jersey looking to provide insight outside the lines of baseball in the Bronx. You can tweet me @Jtmac21. Go Yanks!    

Brian Capozzi

I have been a lifelong Yankee fan ever since my father took me to my first game when I was a child. We had seats in the first row, right next to the Yankees dugout. From that moment, I was hooked. I am constantly chatting about the Yankees on Twitter, so please follow me and join in the conversation (@brian_capozzi).    

Colin MacNeil

I’m a Yankees fan North of the Border. I Live and Breathe the New York Yankees. “I’d like to thank the good Lord for making me a Yankee.” – Joe DiMaggio.
Follow me on Twitter @Colin_NYYU

Suzanne Bange

Yankee baseball nut. Has worked for the: National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Mohawk Valley Diamond Dawgs, Melbourne Aces & Hickory Crawdads. She has had a passion for writing about baseball, ever since she found herself as the only girl on the diamond in Little League. Talk to her on twitter: @SueBanger    

Joseph Kringer Jr.


Since I was old enough to put on a glove, I’ve had a strong passion for Yankee baseball. The game itself and Yankee pride is somewhat of a family tradition, a common bond shared by many generations. My love for the team has led me to find a new passion in writing. As an aspiring sports journalist, I look to provide the best New York Yankee baseball coverage for the fans out there who’s lives revolve around this storied franchise as much as mine does.
Follow me on twitter: @JoJoKringer

Rich Kaufman 

Ever since my parents bought me a Paul O’Neill shirt at my first Yankees game back in 1994 I’ve been a diehard fan. Couple that with the fact I recently graduated from Springfield College with a degree in sports journalism, and writing about baseball especially the Yankees has become a passion of mine. Growing up and still living about 45 minutes north of the Stadium makes being a Yankee fan that much more special and exciting for me. For some Yankees talk follow me on Twitter @RAKcity27    

Dan Pfeiffer


Currently the Trenton Thunder beat writer for Contribute to BronxPinstripes mostly in regard to the minor leagues. Aspiring to someday become a full-time sports journalist. You can follow me on Twitter at @danpfeiffer74.    

 Justin Marshall

 I was born in the heart of Manhattan and lived there for 7 years. I am a third generation Yankee fan. My grandfather was the definition of a die hard fan which carried over to my mom and now me. I’m currently a senior broadcast journalism major at Arizona State University. I’m going to go on and get my master’s in sports management and will help run the Yankees in the future.    

RJ Loubier

 Born and raised in Connecticut right on the Massachusetts boarder aka I’ve had to live with Red Sox fans my entire life. However, my dad is a lifelong Yankees fan and he raised me right! The long, storied history of the team and the legendary players who have worn the Pinstripes captivated me at a young age and never let me go. With a degree in journalism and broadcasting writing about the Yankees just made sense (@ThoseRJs)    

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