Workers Find Buried Red Sox Jersey

Sunday, April 13, 2008


After a report last week came out that a worker laid a Red Sox jersey in the concrete under the Yankees clubhouse. Two workers approached the construction manager with what they thought was the location of the jersey, and were exactly right. The jersey was removed and felt like a dirty rag, but the "Red" on the front of the jersey could easily be seen. Hal Steinbrenner, one of the new Bosses, couldn't help but comment on the situation: "I hope his co-workers kick the [expletive] out of him," Yankees co-chairperson Hal Steinbrenner said of the man who planted the jersey.

Danger averted.

9 comments:

Anonymous 3:23 PM CDT  

I call this a BS public relations job... They haven't spent a lick of time to look for it, let alone break up construction already completed just to search for some t-shirt.

They get this out into the media and the story goes away... They didn't find it - are there any pictures or video of the site they found it at?

Anonymous 3:42 PM CDT  

they showed it on ESPN.

Tim 3:45 PM CDT  

hilarious. It would be a shocker if the Yankees don't win with their payroll.

Anonymous 8:28 PM CDT  

who ever posted first must not have seen the video maybe he should know what he is talking about

Anonymous 11:39 PM CDT  

No one cares about this.

Anonymous 12:02 AM CDT  

the four people above you do and you do because you care enough to post about it...

Anonymous 10:59 AM CDT  

There are a few certainties in life. One of them is that if anyone believes in baseball curses, they are immediately and without question a dope.

I'm looking squarely at you, Cubs fans.

Anonymous 12:35 PM CDT  

Good to know that those building a $1.2 billion stadium don't take these sort of construction issues lightly...

This rivalry is becoming a joke.

Anonymous 7:37 AM CDT  

This Cubs fan doesn't believe in curses. I also don't believe in morons who think they know squat about other team's fans. The vast majority of Cubs fans are smart enough not to buy into the media claptrap about so-called "curses."