Yankees honor late Post photographer Anthony Causi with plaque

The late Post photographer Anthony J. Causi will forever be remembered in his old spot at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees on Friday dedicated a plaque to Causi in the first-base photo well at

The late Post photographer Anthony J. Causi will forever be remembered in his old spot at Yankee Stadium.

The Yankees on Friday dedicated a plaque to Causi in the first-base photo well at Yankee Stadium, with Causi’s family in attendance for an unveiling ceremony.

Causi, who joined The Post in 1994, died on April 12, 2020 from complications related to COVID-19. He was 48.

Anthony Causi’s widow, Romina, and their two children John and Mia look at the plaque honoring Causi at Yankee Stadium
New York Yankees

“Yankee Stadium was Anthony’s home away from home for so many years, and this permanent plaque serves to honor his hard work, vibrant personality and uplifting spirit,” the Yankees said in a statement. “Anthony meant so much to so many, and it brought us great comfort to share this special day with his family and loved ones.” 

Causi’s wife Romina, their children John and Mia, his parents Lucille and John, his sisters Dianna and Maria and his extended family were on hand for the ceremony.

The plaque, in the shape of home plate with a picture of Causi from the final game at the old Yankee Stadium in 2008, hangs on the back wall of the photo well.

“A passionate talent, who always got his shot,” the plaque reads. “He captured history with extraordinary excellence and uncommon care. His luminous spirit and brilliant images remain with us forever.”

This story originally appeared on: NyPost - Author:Greg Joyce

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