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Yankee Stadium

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Renee Bonagura

on 8 December 2012

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Yankee Stadium Rhetorical Situation The Bleacher Creatures take fandom to a whole new level of intensity “It's amazing. The Bleacher Creatures are what makes that stadium. To have that honor to play right field in front of them every day has been great. I think I've developed a great relationship with them. It's been awesome the way they've really brought in the new stadium and we're having an absolute blast” (Traina). Swishalicious! Fandom to Society Yankee fandom is accepted as a part of American culture, but serious fans are still viewed as outside the norm Wins Losses 1913 2011 44 97 65 110 (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr pinstripedbible.com
riveraveblues.com "Our stadiums are our summer homes. We meet family. We eat a hotdog. It’s a fusion of memories: sitting in the stands with our dad, remembering the hustle and bustle of a Subway Series, or just experiencing the way a summer night at the ballpark still feels the same as it did when we were young” (McDonald) Old Timer's Day The rivalry began when the Red Sox traded Babe Ruth to the Yankees...and it's still going strong Fandom to Myself I see myself as an insider, who still managed to increase their fanishness Sabermetrics: noun, the science of fans over-analyzing baseball statistics Or superstitions. Fans can wear the same baseball cap for decades, and that's considered one of the normal ones Mostly by talking about stats Works Cited Bondy, Filip, and David Cone. Bleeding Pinstripes. Chicago: Sports Pub., L.L.C., 2005. Print.

"Nick Swisher Q&A." Interview by Jimmy Traina. Sports Illustrated. CNN Digital Network, 2009. Web. 2012.

Ravech, Karl. "Baseball Tonight Comes Home." Interview by Anna McDonald. Web log post. It's About The Money. SNY Blog Network, 13 May 2011. Web. 17 Sept. 2012. Rhetorical Situation Fans make videos about great plays And other memorable events And they always love to share their opinions Yankee Stadium
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