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What gameday superstitions or rituals do you have as a Yankees fan?

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Last week I asked Pinstripe Alley readers to share the changes they would make to the MLB postseason format. A few readers wanted to reformat the regular season and do away with the Wild Card game altogether. Another Yankees fan likes the Wild Card game as-is, but otherwise thinks all postseason series should be seven games. As always, thanks for submitting your ideas and engaging in discussions in the comments.

Here is this week’s prompt, coming at you a day earlier than usual:

What gameday superstitions or rituals do you have as a Yankees fan?

We all know that baseball players are some of the most superstitious people out there, from their batting routines to their pre-game meals. Baseball fans tend to be just as superstitious, especially when it comes to not acknowledging a perfect game/no hitter. My superstitions tend to intensify when the games matter (closer to the end of the regular season) and during the postseason.

Now is your chance to share your gameday rituals and superstitions with us and see if anyone else does something similar. Maybe you have some lucky Yankees gear that you always wear, or always sit in the same spot on the couch. Head over to the FanPost section and share your superstitions and rituals with us, along with the stories behind them. After all, if your ritual has worked during important Yankees games, then maybe we should all try it Tuesday night.

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Submit your answer in the FanPost section before Friday (October 6th) for your post to be considered.