P.S. Videos Added

O.K. Laugh at me. I know I’m a loser when it comes to the videos below. But it was my first day with this camera! Cut me some slack! I get better, you’ll see!

In the meantime, here are clips of the Navy guy from the previous post, as well as the Yankee Stadium Bleacher Creature (head cut off for most of it) and the infamously pessimistic Alphonso from “It Is High,” whose identity had to be hidden for security reasons (hence the darkness).
Here’s the Navy guy.
And the Bleacher Creature.
And Alphonso (after two Manhattans).


  1. mhugill@verizon.net

    Am I missing something? I can’t access these videos they state they are all private. I guess I need this “dumb” downed for me. HELP please.

  2. raysrenegade

    I think we have to say aloud that,” “This video is the property of Confessions of a She-Fan and any distribution, transmission or alterations to this video can not be made without the written consent of Confessions of a She-fan” and the commissioner of the video camera Inc.”

    We wait with anxious abandonment for the bleacher creature. I will check back later…………things happen, maybe the Garfoose did it.

    Rays Renegade


  3. Jane Heller

    LOL, Renegade. Check back. I listed the videos as PUBLIC, but there must be something on YouTube I forgot to do. AAARGH.

  4. Erin Kathleen

    Jane,Your videos seem to be working just fine now, at least I didn’t have a problem watching them. That Navy guy was so nice and I’m glad Phil Coke signed his ball for him. Your mini interview with the bleacher creature guy was an interesting look at some of the rituals of the Yankees most die-hard fans. And I absolutely loved Alphonso. Between his proclamations that the country is now headed for the worst depression since the ’30s, and that the Yanks are going to end up in third place, he sounds like a New York version of me!
    You know, this would make a really interesting documentary. Maybe this should be sort of a film companion to your book: interviews with interesting people at Yankees games all across the country.

  5. rpachter@gmail.com

    Learning that all of these people are “trimmed,” Jane, is a bit too much information. Is that how they do it in Cali?

    (“Hi. I’d like you to meet my friend, Buffy. She’s trimmed.”

    I heard Alphonso also goes commando, by the way, but no confirmation is needed. Thanks, anyway.

  6. eshamusoconnor77@gmail.com


    Seeing Alphonso like that reminded me of when I was a young boy, and found out that Darth Vadar was really Luke Skywalker’s dad…

    That debonair gentlemen was Alphonso?

    Where was the middle-aged Latin man I’ve come to adore so much? Where was the golf shirt from 1972 and the gold chains? Where did the mustache and the tinted sunglasses go?

    Love the site She-Fan! And the Spring Training pics and videos are great!

    Yankee Shamus

  7. hseely@twcny.rr.com


    That’s rare footage of Alphonso off his meds. But beware: He called Phil Hughes and Ian Kennedy’s failure last year. (I bet he mentioned that 10 times? Am I right? Ten?) A chilling glimpse into the gaping open jaws of hell.

    el duque

  8. wrensden@twcny.rr.com

    “My Dinner with Alphonso”

    Thank God you went to the drive-thu window and the dinner lasted about 2 minutes and change.

    Fonz, beware, I think the cops — even in 1930 — use the word subbltly … subplktly … subtly … in a sobrietyish tesch.


  9. Jane Heller

    Erin, I should introduce you to Alphonso and let you two talk about how the world is coming to an end. 🙂 Would love to spend the season walking around with this little video cam and talking to fans. It’s a blast.

    Melissa, Alphonso did ignore the CC question! LOL.

    I’ll be leaving out the “trimmed” in the next crop of videos, Whitey. I really am a tech dork.

    Thanks, Julia. I have one coming tomorrow with a Red Sox fan.

    Are you comparing Alphonso to Darth Vader, Yankee Shamus? He is debonair, I can attest to that.

    Duque, he didn’t mention Hughes or Kennedy. Not once. He was on his best behavior. He didn’t go off at all – well, not until the check came.

    A drive-through window dinner wouldn’t have worked, Wailin’. They don’t serve Manhattans at Wendy’s. Or do they?

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