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Co-Founders/Head Writers/Editors


Daniel Burch - @DanielBurch

I was born in the Bronx, New York in November of 1985. According to my parents I started watching Yankees baseball when I was just two years old but I started watching religiously just in time for the 1994 strike. With that said I am a spoiled Yankees fan who does not know anything but Yankees success, playoff trips, and World Series rings hence the Greedy Pinstripes name. I root for any player in a New York Yankees uniform regardless of personality, off the field fiascos, or even on the field play, unfortunately. In my very biased, and non-humble opinion, nobody loves this team more than I do. This is my passion and that's why I do what I do. Get Greedy!

Bryan Van Dusen - @BryanV21

I was born hours after the conclusion of the 1977 World Series, in which Reggie Jackson became known as "Mr. October", leading the Yankees to a World Series victory. Since that day I've been obsessed with the Bronx Bombers, and that obsession has led me to start this blog along with my buddy, Daniel. I'm rarely pessemistic about the Yankees, and that feeling spills over into my writing. Not that I don't recognize poor play, or areas that need improvement, but I believe in the guys that wear pinstripes and those that control them. And that from a guy that remembers some pretty poor teams in the 80s, well before the dynasty that brought the team four World Series titles in only five seasons. I live and breath Yankee baseball, and I love to share my opinions about them with others.






Contributing Writers

Jack Niemuth - @CGJackNiemuth

I'm a huge Yankees fan and have been since I was very young. I'll admit that I became a Yankees fan by choice, and have a family completely devoted to the Milwaukee Brewers. But I still definitely am a die hard fan of the Pinstripes. One day, I dream of writing about the Yankees professionally. But for now, TGP is the place you'll find me.



Bryan Knepper - @dm23HOF

For those of you that wonder where I got the name "dm23HOF"...well, Don Mattingly was my baseball hero growing up and unlike many others I believe he deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. I have lived in either Ohio or Tennessee my entire life, but grew up a Yankee fan due to my father whose favorite player was Mickey Mantle. Until last year, I was a ticket licensee for the New York Yankees and hope to be that once again in the future so that my wife and three kids can enjoy the greatness that is Yankee Stadium and the New York Yankees.

10 comments:

  1. Daniel.... I think it would be good for you to post the last 15 comments made by readers of your blogs, on the right hand side of your layout.

    What do you think?

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    1. Check them out Tommy. What do you think?

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  2. Daniel.....thanks for the comments on the left. Now I can see who commented and what they said. Thus I can dialogue with them.

    Is it possible to keep a rolling 15. We are going to bring more commenters over here. Your site is ready to expand.

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  3. Man...it's time to update my "About Me"....I now have FOUR kids...and haven't had season tickets since 2012...oops! Coming back to a TGP near you this weekend!

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  4. I have a book about the Yankees coming out at the end of May and I'd like to know if you want a complimentary copy. I looked for an email address here, but didn't see one. Let me know: greentbooks@hotmail.com

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