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  • New York Giants Preservation Society First Meeting of 2014

    “We’re calling all fans, All you Giants ball fans,
    Come watch the home team, Going places round those bases
    Cheer for your favorites out at Coogan’s Bluff,
    Come watch our Polo Grounders,Do their stuff!!!”

    Come meet and greet with fellow NY Baseball Giants brethren!!


    The New York Giants Preservation Society's first meeting of 2014 will take place on Wednesday, January 8 at 6:30PM with NY Post Writer Ken Davidoff. Ken spent 11 years at Newsday before moving to the NY Post in 2012. He covers the Mets, Yankees, and all of baseball. He was the former President of the Baseball Writers Association of America (2010-2011). Ken also appears on Fox’s Sports Extra during the year and is frequently heard on WFAN with Richard Neer on Saturday mornings. Ken is a tremendously knowledgeable baseball man and just a great guy as well. If you don’t already read his column your are missing something.

    The meeting will take place the day the 2014 Hall of Fame Members will be announced and Ken will be able to discuss the electees and non-electees as he has a vote. He will also be discussing hot stove news, spring training, history of the game, etc. His dad will be accompanying him and the elder Davidoff is and was a huge Willie Mays fan attending the SF Giants January 2013 Trophy presentation which we were specially invited to.

    The meeting will take place at our “home base” the Bergino Baseball Clubhouse.

    If you plan on attending the wonderful event with Ken Davidoff please RSVP ASAP.

    We have 4 meetings a year, if you need other info please contact me at [email protected]

    P.S. Sean!!!
    www.newyorkgiantspreservationsociety.com

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    NY Post columnist Ken Davidoff gave his insights to his Hall of Fame ballot and the electees as well. Ken spent about an hour answering all the great questions asked by the group regarding steroids, AROD, Bonds, Clemens, and his baseball insights in general. It was a great way to start talking and thinking about baseball on a frigid night in NYC. Ken took out some time on a day for us when he was probably getting many requests for his reaction to the Hall of Fame voting results. Many thanks go to Ken and his family for making this a night to remember. Of course we thank Jay Goldberg owner of the Bergino Baseball Clubhouse for always making the NYGPS feel at home!! Next meetig will be in April. Do join us!!!I f you need other info please contact me at [email protected]
    www.newyorkgiantspreservationsociety.com

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