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    The top 5 MLB teams in order that have the most intense, diehard fans and media-

    1. Yankees

    2. Red Sox

    3. Mets

    4. Cubs

    5. Phillies

    AGREE?

     
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    i think you can�put the Cubs ahead of the Mets...as�far as 1 and 2...let's just say at times they can be inter-changeable...especially where media is concerned

     
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    In the Yanks case, I don't think it's edginess, I think it's gas.�

     
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    Chris, it's close though I think fans at Fenway are more intense than those at Yankee Stadium.� However, NY definitely has its diehards.� I watched the '04 playoffs in a sportsbar and after game 7, the parking lot was littered with Yankee caps and jerseys.� One man even stuffed his $150. Yankee warm-up jacket into the trash can.� A couple of long time Yankee fans pulled the bumper stickers over their vehicles.� It was eerie, almost like watching Night of the Living Dead as the Yank supporters staggered around the parking lot moaning and muttering to themselves.� They took that devastating defeat awfully hard which shows just how serious they take Yankee baseball.�

     
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    I think MFY fans are the most intense, not because they bleed pinstripes, but because of where they live--if I had to live in that cesspool and put up with all of the�idiots there, I'd be pretty intense, too.�

     
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    If you don't�have anything good to say why don't you just shut up. Obviously you've never been farther than Rte 128.� You are truly one of the most classless individuals around.� Why bother submitting garbage to this string.� I guess you can't stick to the subject of the blog - maybe you can't read.

     
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    If you don't�have anything good to say why don't you just shut up. Obviously you've never been farther than Rte 128.� You are truly one of the most classless individuals around.� Why bother submitting garbage to this string.� I guess you can't stick to the subject of the blog - maybe you can't read.Thanks for illustrating my point.

     
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    peskypole - you illustrated your own point with all the venom!!�

     
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    �I watched the '04 playoffs in a sportsbar and after game 7, the parking lot was littered with Yankee caps and jerseys.� One man even stuffed his $150. Yankee warm-up jacket into the trash can.� A couple of long time Yankee fans pulled the bumper stickers over their vehicles.� It was eerie, almost like watching Night of the Living Dead as the Yank supporters staggered around the parking lot moaning and muttering to themselves.�
    Sounds great !�� �Any Video ?

     
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    peskypole - you illustrated your own point with all the venom!!Venom?� It's the truth.� Anyone who's been to NYC knows it's true.� The term "friendly New Yorkers" is an oxymoron.�

     
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    Chazz, ya gotta admit it, that series was not only amazing, it's downright hilarious.� My brother and his buddies are serious Yankee fans, been pulling for them since the days Mantle played.� And whenever I'm around and see them wearing their Yankee gear, I honestly try not to smirk, but I can't help it.� After a few beers they inevitable begin moaning about how could that happen to them.� LOL.� Oh, if only Mo hadn't walked Millar which gave Roberts his chance.� Oh if only Clark's liner had not rolled up the wall and into the stands for a ground rule double.� If only Belhorn had not hit the 3 run homer at the Stadium.� Lmao.� If only Damon hadn't hit the grand slam.� I tell them they can disect every pitch and at-bat and won't change the outcome.� Lol.�

    The real proof of how that series will never be forgotten was the comment Bernie Williams made on the Mike and the Mad Dog Show.� He said that in the middle of next season, he and Jeter were having lunch at a restaurant near Central Park.� They were talking about cars and suddenly Jeter slammed his fist on the table and asked how could we let the Red Sox do that to us?� I know a lot of Yankee fans who still follow the team but it's not the same since '04.�

     
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    peskypole - you illustrate my point exactly - you have never been out of Boston and have no idea what NY is all about.� You have a provincial attitude and like I said have never been farther from your home than 128 - dopn 't waste my time with the type of crap that comes from you pea brain.Your the type of fan who is a disgrace to other Boston fans!!!It's a game dummy and to have feeling like you do is moronic - god help our country with people like you.

     
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    peskypole - you illustrate my point exactly - you have never been out of Boston and have no idea what NY is all about.� You have a provincial attitude and like I said have never been farther from your home than 128 - dopn 't waste my time with the type of crap that comes from you pea brain.Your the type of fan who is a disgrace to other Boston fans!!!It's a game dummy and to have feeling like you do is moronic - god help our country with people like you.Hmmm. . . where to begin.� First of all, I've lived in Denver for the past 5 years, not to mention the fact that I've been to several US cities, yet none of the people there capture the volitility of those who live in NY.� I don't blame 'em--it's the environment.� If I grew up there, I'd probably be a high-strung, uptight d-bag, too.� Not even the success of the Yankees has managed to turn all of those sour grapes!

     
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    Frankly it doesn't sound like you've been any place but Boston.� The more places people have been the more open minded they are.� Just a note NYers are not like you say and your relying on stereotype.�If I judge Boston fans by antics of some morons at Fenway then that's wrong.Let's get back to baseball.� The Sox lost this AM great game by A's pitcher.� Lester looked terrible.As far as baseball is concerned I thinbk the following should happen!!!Lex clavatoris designati rescindenda est.-->-->-->�-->

     
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    The real proof of how that series will never be forgotten was the comment Bernie Williams made on the Mike and the Mad Dog Show.� He said that in the middle of next season, he and Jeter were having lunch at a restaurant near Central Park.� They were talking about cars and suddenly Jeter slammed his fist on the table and asked how could we let the Red Sox do that to us?� I know a lot of Yankee fans who still follow the team but it's not the same since '04.� Fenway, not a bad post, but if you honestly think that yankee fans are not the same because of 2004 you are sadly mistaken.� We love our team and cheer for them just as much as always............Not sure why you might think we have lost our passion, that is just not true.

     
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    Frankly it doesn't sound like you've been any place but Boston.� The more places people have been the more open minded they are.� Just a note NYers are not like you say and your relying on stereotype.�If I judge Boston fans by antics of some morons at Fenway then that's wrong.Let's get back to baseball.� The Sox lost this AM great game by A's pitcher.� Lester looked terrible.As far as baseball is concerned I thinbk the following should happen!!!Lex clavatoris designati rescindenda est.Well, you're wrong.� Get over it.� Oh, and I'm open minded, just not about the MFY and their fans.� The ones I've met who are actually level-headed don't live in NY.� Go figure.And if you don't like the DH, you should root for the NL.�

     
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    tbird,

    have you lost it. How are the red sox fans not in the top 5. Are you hitting the crack pipe.
     
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    Why don't you clean up your language ,,,,, and stick to the issue but you'rethe reason not to take kids to the games because of your gutteral mouth.� Non DH is purer form of the game and involves some strategy not just putting up the monster whether Giambi or Papi etc.

     
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    I'm not saying all fans.� Some are just as intense as ever.� I was referring to the ones I run into at the sports bar.� But I know a number of long time fans (watching since the 60's even) who are as loyal as ever.� As one of them pointed out to me, though he's livid with losing straight, he accepts it because they should never have been up 3-0 to begin with.� Both teams were so evenually matched you would expect the series advantage to be going back and forth rather than the way it turned out.�

     

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