Still a Giants fan, after all these years

When New York's oldest club left town, most of its followers moved on. Not this one.

Updated: October 26, 2010, 5:53 PM ET
By Gary Hoenig | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- If you drive north along the Hudson River on Manhattan's West Side, you eventually come upon a cluster of unimpressive yellow brick buildings hugging the corner of 155th Street in Harlem. It was there where my parents went to live shortly after escaping the madness of Europe in 1939.

My father, a man of distinctly European habits -- he wore a bow tie every day -- already spoke a formal, book-learned English by the time he arrived, but he rightly suspected that wouldn't ...

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