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Support the Turn 2 Foundation Signature Program, Jeter’s Leaders by Donating $10 for a Chance to Win a Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience with The Captain.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 9, 2014 – Jumbow.com, an online platform that uses crowd funding to benefit charities, and the Turn 2 Foundation today launched a campaign that will give a lucky fan a once-in-a-lifetime experience with Derek Jeter. Donors can pay as little as $10 for a chance to win an unbelievable package that includes a private lunch with the “Captain” and VIP game tickets with proceeds supporting Turn 2′s signature program, Jeter’s Leaders.
This campaign will raise money for Jeter’s Leaders, helping to offset the costs of initiatives and events organized by the program’s participants throughout the year.
“I’m really excited the Turn 2 Foundation and Jumbow have partnered to create a campaign that will support the Jeter’s Leaders program,” said Derek Jeter, who created the Turn 2 Foundation in 1996. “To be able to say thank you to the fans who have stood behind me throughout my career while knowing this will also help further the mission of Turn 2 is a real win-win.” Continue reading ‘Yankees: WIN a dream experience with Derek Jeter’ »
The A’s took two of three games from the Yankees in the Bronx less than 10 days ago, and the one loss came with Tanaka on the hill.
My prediction is the Yankees will get swept by the Athletics, and here is why.
Unfortunately, Tanaka, and Chase Whitley will be watching, and not starting during this series at O.co Coliseum. The two don’t walk batters at all, and the A’s are walking machines leading the AL with 280 on the season.
Heading into the season, I was looking forward to getting the good old days when watching a Yankees game was not a chore.
After going 85-77 and missing the post season last year, Yankees ownership (aka. Hal Steinbrenner) went on a spending spree to a tune of $400 million bucks this past off-season to make sure that no repeat occurred.
But with a third of the 2014 season behind them, the Yankees are in remarkably worse shape as I pointed out in yesterday’s post..
With each passing week, my hope that the Yankees can turn things around is dwindling.