A Red Sux fan working on a concrete crew at the new $1.3 billion dollar Yankee stadium covertly buried a Red Sox T-shirt under what will become the visiting team's locker room to jinx the Yanks, two construction workers told The New York Post yesterday.
"In August, a Red Sox T-shirt was poured in a slab in the visitor's clubhouse. It's the curse of the Yankees," one worker said. "Nobody knows about it. It's in the floors, it's buried."
The workers say they now fear that they unwittingly helped hex their beloved Bronx Bombers.
"I don't want to be responsible for sinking the franchise," said a second worker, who witnessed the sabotage. "I respect the stadium."
The Post has withheld their identities because they are not authorized to speak to media.
"The whole thing sounds a little unprecedented to me," said Tim Wiles, director of research at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown.
"I guess if the Yankees go 86 years in the new ballpark without a World Series win we'll know if we are on to something," he said, referring to Boston's previous infamous losing streak after they sold Babe Ruth.
Okay two reasons why Red Sux fans are stupid...1.) shouldn't they have buried it underneath the Yankees clubhouse and not the visitors clubhouse?...2.) why would you go to the media before the stadium is complete. If Hank and Hal have any sense, they have already written the check to have the floors ripped out and relaid.
Nice try Red Sux fan's-- but you will fail again.