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Sunday, September 9, 2012

The Blog

Hi Enthusiasts! Typically I post in essay or article format, but today I just want to rant, so please bare with me.

School has started for me again, and my focuses this year are much different than they have been in the past. I am seriously dedicating myself through and through to my academic success this year, and addition I created an online newspaper for my school. I have been really busy getting that project off the ground and really making it happen, so that is why I haven't posted frequently since my last quarter of school last year until now. You can see Paw Print Now if you'd like by clicking here.  I really just wanted to get on here to tell you all that I probably will not be updating the blog that much at all this year as I am really focusing on PPN and that this year I am trying to drift further away from The Yankees Enthusiast and more towards Max Kulchinsky and myself as an individual. I think as a young adult in this amazing country of opportunity, I have more to offer than write about sports day in and day out. That's not to say I am not passionate about the Yankees anymore, but I think I am more valuable than sitting behind a computer screen my whole life or talking to people about potential trades on a radio program some day. I am not 100% sure what I want, but I want to have options and try to do something good for people. Also, I'm working on the book, but I'm not too sure when I will have that for all of you and how you'll be able to get it. Anyways..

P.S. I am changing my Twitter username, so be sure to follow me @maxkulchinsky

Sunday, August 19, 2012


Wow! I just checked the site for the first time in awhile, and noticed the view count. Thanks for 7000 everyone!

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Spreaker Interview

During an email exchange last week with Spreaker's best, Anna Piazza, I answered some questions for Spreaker's blog. I responded to questions about my use of Spreaker, my interests, autographs and my broadcasting career. Today, the posted the Q&A on their blog.

Click here to check out the interview.

I hope you all enjoyed the interview! I want to thank Spreaker for all the love they've given to me and the blog and for taking the time to help me spread the word about the blog.

Take care everyone!

-Max Aaron

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Blog Logo #2 (POST 100)

One of the many assignments, assigned in my school's art course was to create a logo that describes yourself. It was a no-brainier for me to turn this into a great opportunity to make a cool logo for the blog on Photoshop. How do you like it? Let me know by commenting below!

P.S. Happy post number 100!

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Shouts to Spreaker/Buy "Pinstripe Empire"/HMD

It's late, but late is better than never. I wanted to give a shout out to Spreaker for featuring me on their week recap a few weeks ago.

In addition, I want to remind you all to pick up Marty Appel's new book, "Pinstripe Empire." You can click here to view more details about the book and buy it. I'm about half way through with the book and have learned tons of information about the Orioles, Highlanders and my beloved New York Yankees! I highly suggest you go to a local bookstore or head over to Amazon and pick up Appel's new masterpiece of Yankees history.

Enjoy the last hours of your weekend, and happy Mother's Day to all of the mommys out there, especially my mom. You have been an inspiration for all of my work mom and I love you dearly. Without you, this blog would have never come to be.

-Max Aaron

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Throwback: Happy Birthday Yogi!

In honor of Yogi Berra's 87 birthday, I wanted to share with all of you a picture I got with Yogi when I met him a few years ago. Enjoy!

Yogi Berra and I circa 2007
-Max Aaron

P.S. I have been busy lately and will continue to be for a while. I am starting up an online newspaper for my school, so my attention has been shifted towards that. I will try to continue posting here on the weekends and try to do some more Spreaker shows soon. Enjoy the weekend!

Saturday, April 28, 2012

RIP Moose Skowron

Yesterday we all learned the sad news that former Yankee first baseman, Moose Skowron died at the age of 81 from congestive heart failure after his long battle with lung cancer. Skowron played first base for the Yankees from 1954 to 1962, when he was traded to the LA Dodgers. Skowron was a 5 time World Series champion and 8 time All Star. Skowron had a career .282 batting average and 211 home runs. Two summers ago (in 2010), Ron Blomberg came to camp with a bunch of nameplates from the lockers of former Yankees from Old Timers Day. Winners of competitions during the camp won nameplates, and I was lucky enough to pick Skowron's. After I got home from camp, I got it framed with a plaque and an autographed card of Skowron. This is one of my many favorite pieces of Yankees memorabilia that I own, just because it is so unique. I hope you all enjoy today's game, and loved last night's victory.

-Max Aaron

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