Yankees Fans Turned Their Backs To The Astros While They Were Batting Yesterday
© Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports
Yesterday was the Houston Astros first trip to New York since all the cheating allegations came out. Here's how Yankees fans welcomed them...

And then there was this guy... (Barstool Sports)
Filed Under: MLB
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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15 Comments
Best fanbase in baseball the YANKEES!!!
Reply2 months
Here is a list of cheaters that played for the Yankees. So for those who live in a glass house! Alex Rodriguez Ricky Bones (1996) Kevin Brown Jose Canseco (2000) Roger Clemens (2000) Bobby Estalella Jason Giambi Jason Grimsley (2000) Glenallen Hill (2000) Darren Holmes (1998) David Justice (2000) Chuck Knoblauch (1998, 1999, 2000) Josias Manzanillo Hal Morris Daniel Naulty (1999) Denny Neagle (2000) Andy Pettitte (1996, 1998, 1999, 2000) Gary Sheffield Mike Stanton (1998, 1999, 2000) Randy Velarde Ron Villone Rondell White Todd Williams
Reply2 months
Now do all the Astros players....
2 months
I'm not saying they didn't! But look at the years of these players! The Yankees were winning World Series during this time! Isn't this the argument?
2 months
Awesome. Astros are cheaters
Reply2 months
Such a trash fanbase that is eat up from the arse beatings
Reply2 months
The Astros are a punk team that got away with cheating. I think the back turning is a waste of time.
Reply2 months
Nice perfectly placed foul ball would have been hilarious!
Reply2 months
Me
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They are the ones that look stupid
Reply2 months
I get it, they got caught, it's been 4 years. Lets move on.
Reply2 months
Must have a lot of Yankee fans in here. It's ok guys, the Yanks will be on top sooner or later again.
2 months
#irony
Reply2 months
Last year they were throwing trash and other concession items onto the field. Pathetic. GET OVER IT.
Reply2 months
Yankees fans can be such figs at times.
Reply2 months
TFH
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Never met one I liked
2 months
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