NYGPS ZOOMING ALONG!!

Due to the COVID 19 Pandemic, The New York Giants Preservation Society has been having virtual meetings for the past few months. Generally we have in the past, had guest speakers 3-4 times a year, first at The Bergino Baseball Clubhouse, then at Finnerty’s. Since this for the time being is impossible, we have done the next best thing. Here is our illustrious group of speakers to date, with more to come!!

Noel Hynd-7/22/2020

Jaime Rupert-8/19/2020

Dan Taylor-9/2/2020

Ed Logan Jr.-9/9/2020

Chris Haft-9/23/20

Steve Treder-10/1/2020

Jon Miller-10/8/2020

Rob Garratt-10/15/2020

John Shea-10/22/2020

Bruce Jenkins-10/29/2020

Stew Thornley-11/5/2020

John Rosengren-11/12/2020

George Gregor-11/19/2020

If you would like to get in on our sessions, just contact me here!

THIS DATE IN NY GIANTS HISTORY: OCTOBER 29, 1889

OCTOBER 29, 1889
The National League’s Giants defeat the Brooklyn Bridegrooms of the American Association, 3-2, to win the World’s Championship Series, a precursor to the modern-day World Series. The nine-game postseason match-up is the Big Apple’s first ‘Subway Series’, although that type of transportation will not available until 1904. (Nationalpastime.com)
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THIS DATE IN NY GIANTS HISTORY: OCTOBER 13, 1921

OCTOBER 13, 1921
In the first all New York World Series, the Giants beat the Yankees at the Polo Grounds (home for both NY teams), 1-0, to win the Fall Classic in eight games. Art Nerf, the loser in Games 2 and 5, throws a complete-game four-hitter to get the victory with the lone run of the game being scored in the top of the first inning on an error. (Nationalpastime.com)

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