Steve Lazarus

Steve Lazarus

In 1995, Steve embarked on a double-play -- and, in time, fulfilled his ultimate fantasy.

"I always wanted to do what Robert Klein and George Carlin did for a living," he says. "I was always witty and clever. I could make people laugh. I thought, what better life could there be than being The Beer Man at Yankee Stadium and a stand-up comedian?"

Steve's comedy career started at Pip's in Brooklyn -- and, naturally, he mined his "sales experience" for material. "Being a vendor at the Stadium," he says, "people expect me to know certain things. For instance, the other day someone asked me, 'How do you get to the upper deck?' I told them there's a helicopter that leaves behind second base between each inning.

Today, Steve's hilarious tales of his grandstand adventures have convulsive audiences across the country, from Atlantic City to Las Vegas -- where he performs a few weeks a year -- taking notice as he pitches one gem after another.

Steve has shared the stage with the likes of superstars Ray Romano, Robert Klein and Kevin James; has been featured on "Last Call with Carson Daly"; and was featured in news articles in the New York Daily News and The Village Voice. He's also appeared on many New York News Shows and, last year, during the Major League Baseball Playoffs, was featured on Fox 5's "Good Day New York."

But don't expect to see Steve anywhere other than Yankee Stadium come October. He never books dates that month.
No way, Jose.

"I can't," he insists, "let anything get in the way of the Yankee postseason."

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