Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Monday | September 28, 2009
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Bolt tunes in to Yankee-Red Sox matchup
Sprinter and a triple Olympic gold medallist, Usain Bolt of Jamaica, signs autographs while attending the New York Yankees baseball game against the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium in New York yesterday.

World and Olympic champion Usain Bolt continued his New York tour with a visit to the Yankee Stadium yesterday. He witnessed the 4-2 Yankee win over the Boston Red Sox to clinch the AFC title.

Bolt interacted with fans and signed autographs as well.

The game, which was broadcast on ESPN 2, also featured Bolt on the big screen inside the stadium. Bolt and his team sat five rows behind the pitch.

The Jamaican sprinter, who is in New York for a few days for a strategic media tour, will shoot a commercial today and will do interviews tomorrow on radio and television programmes, including late night with Jimmy Fallon on NBC.

9.58 Super Party launch

Bolt is also scheduled to appear on the Tom Joyner Radio Show today; the WPIX, Channel 11 show tomorrow morning and will attend the Jazz and Blues launch, where he will officially launch his 9.58 Super Party, which is scheduled for Saturday, December 5 in St Ann, Jamaica.

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