It's a beautiful day in New York and Michael Ayngorn is taking full advantage of this unseasonably
warm weather. Michael is a small business owner in Brooklyn, New York and has been trusted with the
Ayngorn estate. The Ayngorn's have been traced back to the earliest days of New York's history. Michael
is blessed to be in a position to give back to a city his family has called home for multiple generations.
A true New Yorker, Michael Ayngorn is a Yankee fan and sponsors many youth baseball teams throughout the Brooklyn area. Dorothy; Michael's mother, wanted her son to play for the Yankees, so every year for his birthday, she would buy her son tickets behind home plate. Michael has since returned the favor by taking his mother (a Yankee fan for over 50 years) to at least one game a season.
"She's over seventy years old and she still watches the Yankees religiously… Ayngorn women and their baseball. If it was up to her she would be there once a week and she'd have me take the neighborhood with us too." Michael said at a recent youth baseball conference.
Michael Ayngorn played some college baseball at St. Johns University but had to stop playing due to a shoulder injury. Soon after graduating from St. Johns, Michael opened up his restaurant in Brooklyn called Ayngorn's Kitchen, where most Yankee fans come to watch the games and take in the cities culture.