⚾️ Former New York Yankees legend Paul O'Neill coming to the Jersey Shore

⚾️ He will be apart of a special conversation at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park

⚾️ Tickets are going fast to reserve your spot for this special event

Paul O'Neill (clap, clap, clap) -- Paul O'Neill (clap, clap, clap) -- Paul O'Neill (clap clap clap).

The New York Yankees legend and a huge part of the late 90's dynasty teams and nicknamed "The Warrior" by the late George Steinbrenner is coming to the Jersey Shore for a must see event.

On Monday June 5 at 6:00 pm at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, you'll be able to attend a special conversation between Keith McPherson, Brandon Steiner, and Paul O'Neill.

Frank Luna of Bradley Beach is organizing the event along with Brandon Steiner.

The duo have been working for months on bringing current and former Yankees to the Jersey Shore.

Back in December, super utility player Oswaldo Cabrera surprised a group of little leaguers from Asbury Park prior to an event with fans in Belmar.

Then, in February of this year, fans got to meet Yankees manager Aaron Boone at Convention Hall in Asbury Park.

In that event, Boone met with Military Veterans and cadets prior to signing autographs and taking pictures with the public.

Luna, a Veteran himself, said he is partnering with Ma Deuce Deuce and Recalibrate -- two local Veterans non-profits -- and in turn are donating tickets to Veterans and their families to attend the Paul O'Neill discussion event.

(Photo: Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)
(Photo: Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

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There will also be a portion of the proceeds going to Asbury Park Little League.

For tickets, head here.

You can listen to Yankees related conversations from Shore Sports Talk on 94.3ThePoint with Bryan Hoch, Jack Curry, and with Frank Luna & Brandon Steiner:

⚾️ On Spotify:

⚾️ On Apple Podcasts:

⚾️ On The 94.3 The Point App:

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