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Stadium Journey HOF Profile: Donald "Fuzzy" Cohen

By Paul Swaney -- May 31, 2012 9:46 AM EDT

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Donald "Fuzzy" Cohen is a New York institution. He's been going to Yankees games since Mickey Mantle played center field for the Pinstripe Empire. He's attended more than 1,000 New York Rangers games at Madison Square Garden.

He doesn't just attend home games though. You can often find Fuzzy following his teams on the road. According to a New York Times profile, he is also probably the only person on earth to have witnessed every perfect game thrown in New York (Don Larsen in the 1956 World Series, Jim Bunning at Shea Stadium in 1964, David Wells at Yankee Stadium in 1998, and David Cone in the Bronx in 1999).

Donald "Fuzzy" Cohen is nominated for the Stadium Journey Hall of Fame in the category of multiple sports travel. Nominations are being accepted through the month of May. Voting will occur in June, and the inaugural class will be announced in July.

**Photo from 2006 New York Times article.

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