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I really don't understand Yankee fans


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#1 steve

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Posted 28 June 2016 - 11:08 PM

They're supposed to be very loyal to their team but this is a very ugly scene last night 

 

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Marathon rain delay ends with unthinkable Yankees misery

 

June 28, 2016 | 2:55am

 

It was a Nightmare on 161st Street.

 

The Yankees, who were three outs away from a victory, instead were dealt a crushing 9-6 loss by the Rangers following an interminable rain delay.

 

Kirby Yates, in relief of Aroldis Chapman after the game was stopped in the top of the ninth for 3:35 (and resumed at 2:15 in the morning), imploded. He hit three batters and allowed a two-run single to Adrian Beltre as the Rangers stormed back with a four-run ninth following a controversial delay.

 
 
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“It’s hard for me to understand what happened tonight, how it got to this point,” Joe Girardi said. “But it did and we lost.”

Chapman was looking for his 16th save when he entered Monday’s soggy game in The Bronx.

 

The closer had already walked Robinson Chirinos to start the ninth and fallen behind Shin-Soo Choo when Girardi approached home plate umpire John Tumpane to complain about the conditions — even though rain had been falling for at least three innings.

Amazingly, the ploy worked — or so it seemed — and the game was halted.

 

“It was tough out there,” Chapman said through a translator. “I couldn’t get a really good grip on the ball [and] was slipping a little bit. It was very wet out there.”

 

When the rain finally stopped, it was nearly 2 a.m., and there were about 100 fans remaining in the Stadium.



#2 Drucifer

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Posted 29 June 2016 - 03:09 AM

Steve, Your asshole is showing



#3 steve

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Posted 29 June 2016 - 05:15 PM

No its not,,Not even O's fans do this.  



#4 Drucifer

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Posted 30 June 2016 - 08:31 PM

Yep Oriole fans are pretty dumb if they going to hang around during a four-hour rain delay just to see the 9th inning that ended up ending near 3AM






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