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Sunday, October 18, 2009

Yankees' anti-Semitic singer apologizes

Why does this not surprise me? (Hat Tip: Shy Guy).
A day after the Yankees dropped their long-standing tradition of having him perform the song during the seventh-inning stretch of postseason games, Tynan said he'd apologized to the woman who was the subject of his remark. Tynan also said he had made a charitable contribution to an organization of her choice.

On Friday, during the ALCS opener, Yankees spokeswoman Alice McGillion said: "There are no plans for him to sing."

McGillion said Friday a woman sent an e-mail to a team official this week claiming Tynan made the remark while the woman was being shown an apartment in the building where he lives.

The real estate agent reportedly said to Tynan, "They are not Red Sox fans." He responded: "As long as they're not Jewish."
I root for two teams: The Red Sox and whoever is playing the Yankees.

But no staying up for the playoffs or the World Series this year.


At 5:16 PM, Blogger onlyajew said...

I love your site and was waiting for the too good to be true sign...and alas....a red sox fan....

It's great to see that the overrated steroid induced red sox have returned the world to some normalcy

I wondered in 2004 what mystical issues were at play allowing the red sox to win ....and I had figured it out-I believe on Rosh Chodesh Ellul of 2004 The molad for rosh chodesh Elul was exactly 2:00...the first time that the molad was exactly at 2 in you guessed it...86 years...

keep up the great work...GO YANKEES!!!


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