Found April 11, 2013 on Angelswin:
By Danny Farris, AngelsWin.com Contributor - Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Danny Farris and I'm a huge Angels fan. My first Angels game was when I was 5 and I witnessed JT Snow hit a bomb. I learned that not only was he a local kid, he went to the same high school that I was going to go to. Ever since that day I was absolutely hooked. And because of THAT moment (and to make an extremely long story short) I am currently sitting in the MLB Fan Cave in Manhattan representing our Halos. The great guys at AngelsWin.com contacted me and asked if I could write a weekly blog giving you guys the highlights of the Cave and I jumped at the opportunity. I'm not only here for myself - I'm here for all of you Angels fans as well. I'd like for us to share this experience and this is a great way to do it. For those who do not know what the Fan Cave is, let me give you a quick explanation. The Cave is an event space in NYC built so that myself and the other Cave ...
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