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Hope Week

Big Andy, Little Andy, and the Gift of Hope

Yankees Give Young Fan a Shining Day

For many New York Yankees fans, getting a chance to meet the players, throwing out the first pitch at a game, and having the team throw a party just for you would all be bucket list items; once in a lifetime opportunities that may never be accomplished. On Wednesday, June 27th, Andy Fass did all of those things, and he is only five years old. Andy will start kindergarten in the fall, and he will have a pretty cool story to tell the other kids.

Words with the Man Behind the Hope

Yankees Director of Communications and Media Relations explains HOPE Week

The annual HOPE week event, which stands for Helping Others Persevere and Excel (HOPE), is the brainchild of Jason Zillo, the Yankees Director of Communications and Media Relations.  Now in its third year, the Yankees honor various people and groups throughout the week, seeking to provide a boost through the service of their players and coaches.

Haitian Refugees Tour New Hometown with Yankees

Students from Sts. Joachim and Anne School Honored

For many baseball fans in this city, supporting the Yankees is just part of being a New Yorker.  For 15 young refugees from Haiti attending Saints Joachim and Anne School in Queens Village who were honored by the Yankee organization during ithe third day of HOPE Week, it has become part of a quick transition into life in their new city.

Yankees Bring a Ray of Light to DMF

The Bronx Bombers take their talents to Broadway

It was March 1997, and 12-year-old Daniel Trush was playing basketball with his father, Ken. Daniel took a shot and missed, but then fell to the ground, grabbing his head. His father thought he was upset from missing the shot, but it was something far more severe: one of five brain aneurysms had burst inside Daniel’s head.

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