“Bald Vinny” Milano says he has no problem with Mets fans doing roll call during Monday’s home opener at Citi Field — even if it is a Yankees thing.
Milano is currently selling #FORG1V3 T-shirts in support of embattled Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez. Francesa made his loyal fans proud by trying one of the shirts on.
The chief of the Bleacher Creatures speaks with Joe & Evan about the T-shirt that has been making headlines in recent days.
So, how long will fans stand to chant that familiar “Der-ek Je-ter!” refrain? Bleacher Creature Bald Vinny’s guess might surprise some.
“Bald Vinny” Milano says Derek Jeter also deserves a street named after him in the Bronx. And he’s not just selling the idea — he’s selling the shirt.
Alex Rodriguez has been booed lustily since his season debut, except for when he was hit by a pitch Tuesday. Will it be more of the same at Yankee Stadium?
The boo-birds came out in force for Alex Rodriguez again Tuesday. But then something different — a swelling of cheers from the crowd in Chicago.
A-Rod was booed Monday in Chicago. It’ll happen again Tuesday and Wednesday, and during his home debut Friday. Just don’t expect any piling on from the Bleacher Creatures.
“Why not?” Bald Vinny told CBS New York about the prospect of calling out Donnie Baseball. “Everybody seems to want it.”
Rangers’ McDonagh visited the Yankee Stadium Bleacher Creatures on Saturday.
Joba Chamberlain released news so fresh on Thursday that even his manager was caught off-guard.
Neil Keefe is joined by Vinny Milano, who’s known as Bald Vinny of the Bleacher Creatures to Yankees fans, to talk about a new season at Yankee Stadium.
Vinny Milano, who’s known as Bald Vinny of the Bleacher Creatures, joined Neil to talk about the first two months in the bleachers in 2011 and what to expect this weekend at the Stadium.
Vinny Milano, who’s known as Bald Vinny of the Bleacher Creatures to Yankees fans, joined Neil to talk about Opening Day, his original Yankees apparel, roll call and life in the right field bleachers.
Why would Texas Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg decide to take on the most prestigious franchise in the history of professional sports? I’m not sure, but I’m trying to figure it out.