Grow Your Twitter Free
Want To Grow Your Twitter?
We help other people find and follow you on Twitter.
Key Info:
Started in 2009
Over 4.5 million signups
Country targeting provided
We never auto tweet to your timeline
We never auto follow others
We actively moderate our community
Please Share
Please upgrade your browser to make full use of twiends.  chrome

NY Sports Tours

...Mickey Mantle waits for a pitch in the first inning of the first-ever game played in the Houston Astrodome... instagram.com/p/BaJioyIhE_M/…
... tour ride route this morning, a look at part of the site of the first and second Madison Square Garden venues... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
The New York Sports Tours mark, of goddess Diana in archer pose, has been approved by the United States... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
Football Hall of Fame quarterback Y.A. Tittle has died. After the New York Giants signed the 34-year old Tittle... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
This Columbus Day, we look back at a race in Manhattan in 1900 that involved two entities named for Columbus — Columbus Circle and Columbia.
On this day in 1956, in Yankee Stadium against the Brooklyn Dodgers, the Yankees' Don Larsen pitched the only... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
Legendary New York City schoolboy basketball player Connie Hawkins died yesterday. During both his junior and... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
...liveliness during New York Sports Tours sports history experience. Here are some scenes with some special... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
The New York Yankees head into the eighth inning of the American League wildcard playoff game this evening with... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
... Tomorrow's tour includes dinner at Keens Steakhouse with "The Rainmaker," retired boxer Boyd Melson... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
Fifty six years ago today, the New York Yankees' Roger Maris meets with Brooklyn truck driver Sal Durante... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
Today, @ColumbiaLionsFB defeated Princeton... The season of Columbia's most storied football victory—a 7-0 upset... instagram.com/p/BZrs5idBFeM/…
...this over-the-shoulder catch by the New York Giants' WIllie Mays in Manhattan on this day in 1954... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
One of the more than 1,000 images and videos shared on our New York sports history ride is of Manhattan's Hilltop... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
Having held our first sports history ride with mid-tour dinner, we have added some more to our tour calendar. In... instagram.com/p/BZj8KyVB2zC/…
Today in Manhattan, @SDNYnews revealed charges of bribery, fraud and additional acts of corruption against coach....instagram.com/p/BZhc65GhLXz/…
The first-known regular playing of The Star-Spangled Banner was at New York Giants home baseball games in 1898... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
Our tour driver Leon (right) meets award-winning New York sportswriter and The New York Times bestselling author... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
Here's a group spotted from our tour vehicle yesterday on Fifth Avenue, on the route of our midtown Manhattan... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
On this day in 1955 at Yankee Stadium in The Bronx, the crowd watches the heavyweight championship match... instagram.com/p/BZUZ4jxh-Ob/…
At Philip Morris headquarters in midtown Manhattan 46 years ago this fall, Billie Jean King —after some tech... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/
Bronx-born former world middleweight boxing champion Jake LaMotta died yesterday, his fiancée confirmed today.
We passed this truck this morning on East 23rd Street near one of the more than 60 @NYSportsTours sports history... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
.@BoydMelson, a.k.a. The Rainmaker, will be the special host at Keens Steakhouse during the dinner segment of the... facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
On this day in 1994, Vitas Gerulaitis​, one of history's most accomplished native New York City tennis players and...facebook.com/NYSportsTours/…
Acclaimed sportswriter @wr_coffey, whose books include The Closer, will be dinner host for our 9/23 tour. Join us: newyorksports.tours.
Today, the New York Yankees clinched their 25th straight season with a winning record, second in @MLB history to 39 straight by the Yankees.
Indians' 22-game win streak over tonight was best challenge to New York Giants' @MLB record of 26 straight wins, all at NYC's Polo Grounds.
Sixty three years ago today, Marilyn Monroe poses during... bit.ly/2wbHFcd
Fifty years ago today, Knicks coach Dick McGuire (center) meets at training camp with Knicks rookies Phil Jackson (left) and Walt Frazier.
Today, we added a three-hour sports history ride + more dates to our offerings. Tickets remain for five Sept. dates: newyorksports.tours
Muhammad Ali, New York City, September 2001.
Twelve years ago this month in NYC, New York Jets center Kevin Mawae helps raise money during an NFL telethon for Hurricane Katrina relief.
This month 25 years ago, NYC native Jennifer Capriati gave a portion of her US Open player earnings to Florida hurricane relief efforts.
On this day in 1941 in Queens, American Bobby Riggs won his second singles championship at the tournament now known as the US Open.
In Manhattan 42 years ago last night, Martina Navratilova — then an 18-year-old Czechoslovakian tennis star — secretly defected to the U.S.
World heavyweight boxing champion Joe Louis signs autographs in 1946 at Joe Louis' Restaurant, which opened in Harlem 71 years ago today.
On this day in 1936, Jesse Owens, winner of four 1936 Olympic gold medals, was among the U.S. Olympians honored with a parade in Manhattan.
On this day in 1919, New York's Evening World previewed the men's singles final of the New York City tournament now known as the US Open.
This day in 1880, an American tennis tournament of national interest was held for the first time, at Staten Island Cricket and Baseball Club
On this day in 2005, New York Mets pitcher Heath Bell signs an autograph for a cancer patient at Memorial Sloan Kettering in Manhattan.
John McEnroe at @usopen with journalist Linda Pentz 28 years ago today after McEnroe was upset by Paul Haarhuis, ranked 115th in the world.
A look inside our tour vehicle during our addition today of more exclusive content to our NY sports history ride. newyorksports.tours.
In 2005, damage by Hurricane Katrina moved the New Orleans Saints' NFL home opener versus the New York Giants to New Jersey's Giants Stadium
Fans rush New York Yankees pitcher Monte "Hoot" Pearson 79 years ago today after Pearson threw the first-ever no-hitter in Yankee Stadium.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Muhammad Ali and wife Veronica were at NYC's Rainbow Room 40 years ago today to promote a charity tennis event.
On this day in 1985 in Queens, the Mets' Dwight Gooden became the youngest Major League Baseball pitcher to win 20 games in a single season
Our tour is now the top ranked NYC bus or minivan tour in TripAdvisor's "Historical & Heritage Tours" category. Thank you to all our guests!
Dodger Rich Hill's no-hitter bid tonight ended in the 10th inning. Most of the franchise's 25 no-hitters came before its move from Brooklyn.
 
Twiends uses the Twitter™ API, displays it's logo & trademarks, and is not endorsed or certified by them. These items remain the property of Twitter.