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Hypocrites!






Seriously? Because David Ortiz was on the list? Need I remind you all...?




This guy was also on the list. Very smooth, Yankees fans.

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GM-Carson said…
Wow, what douches!
OBC said…
Idiots. The fans of that team are the worst.
Amanda said…
HAhhahha. Wow. Nice.
Jay Floyd said…
It's embarrassing that they'd stoop to criticizing this matter when their own best player did the same exact thing.

Awful moves by these fans.
Finkster said…
It's amazing to me that Yankee fans are so forgiving of their own and not of others. Jason Giambi, A-Flop, coutless others I'm sure. How can you not hate the people that have lied to you? Or are you okay with liars and cheaters in your entire life? Oh, did I mention I am a fan of the Yankees? It's hard to be a fan of a team that cheats, lies, makes stupid trades, doesn't make trades and re-signs a cry-baby diva at 3rd base. I've been a fan for too long to leave them but that doesn't mean I agree with the fans or the owners.
I've noticed over the past 10 years that Yankee fans really need a reality check. There are far to many idiot fans that cheer for the Yankees then in the past, you know, when they sucked. I've learned to just brush it aside and call them all morons, because that is what they are.

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