And having done so, an apology might be in order for all the Yankees fans I have gleefully insulted over the past few years. I'm just saying that an apology would be in order if I was a bigger man. I wore the Boston shirt on the subway to Yankee Stadium for Game 2.
Fuck the Red Sox! I hate Boston! Are these things you shout more often than you think is healthy?
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By Zach Haberman. Yankee fans with malice in their hearts for the Boston Red Sox yesterday had to suck it up and keep their feelings to themselves. Fans who entered the stadium wearing crude anti-Boston sayings on their T-shirts had to take them off or turn them inside out, thanks to a new Yankees civility policy.
It's a Sunday afternoon after a nail-biting loss to the low-budget Oakland A's, and T-shirt vendor "Bald Vinny" Milano is bracing himself for a stampede of grumpy Yankees fans. As one of the most vociferous " Bleacher Creatures " and founder of the Section pride movementMilano would prefer that the Bronx Bombers took the AL East title without any suspense. But anger is a wonderful consolation prize, priming the sidewalk hordes for bringing home some of his best-selling designs, most of which express disdain for the Yankees' longtime rival, the Boston Red Sox.
View Full Version : Fenway Park to ban "yankees suck" clothes, and try to ban the "Yankees suck" chants. The Yankees no longer suck in Fenway Park. They just stink.
I'm catching up after a busy weekend at home I remember those guys well when I used to take the T to Kenmore and cross the Mass Turnpike bridge as described. First, they had "Yankees Suck" hats and T-shirts, then they got more creative and more crass "Jeter Swallows" as an example.
Wilson and his partner, Larry Jenkins, moved small amounts of marijuana and mushrooms together, mostly acting as middlemen between distributors and low-level dealers. It was easy enough: Boston was a college town, overrun with fresh transplants looking to make money off their dorm buddies. Small-stakes stuff. This time, though, Wilson was moving up.