Note to Yankee Fans: Your OWN Tradition Says You Don’t Need Names On Your Jerseys

yankee fans jerseys.jpgNot my rule. 

Yours.

And since I have heard the Yankee fan speech on why names are not pertinent to your ball club more times than Alex Rodriguez has lied to the public, I say ya’ll should stick to your own program.

Cool?

Just don’t hate me ‘cuz I’m right.

Peace,

Jeffy

(Image courtesy of the Associated Press)

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11 comments

  1. Orangebird

    I always thought nameless jerseys were stupid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I can understand at where people know them already but on the road it’s stupid.
    Orangebird
    Up In Section 360

  2. welikeroywelikeroy

    The whole work ethic/team unity thing doesn’t apply today. No more are the Yankees just a number of guys that all contribute heavily in their own way. They never really were with Babe Ruth stealing the spotlight in the 20’s. I guess that attitude change in the 30’s and 40’s. Now, all the players are out money. Maybe Jeter actually cares about the team, I don’t know?? I definately agree with this post. Those fans have to get it together! It is probably my most hated Yankee pet peeve too, among many.
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  3. drkrause83@yahoo.com

    Seeing as how there is very little that is truly authentic about most Yankees fans (many lack greatly in the following categories: knowledge of baseball, knowledge of the team, knowledge of driving laws, knowledge of reading and writing), this should not come as a surprise.
    To those Yankees fans who have been fans for more than the Jeter era I would say this to you, by an authentic nameless jersey, and wear it to a Knicks game. If anyone at the game asks you, ‘Whose jersey is that?’ Slap them. That’s pride.

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