Boston Sports’ Domination Must Be Stopped

As a Yankee fan, and New York sports fan in general, no fan base infuriates me more than Boston fans. The fact that I am growing up in an era they have absolutely dominated (12 collective championships since 2001) is sickening to say the least. I mean, how ridiculous is this billboard?

It hadn’t even been 100 days since Boston fans saw the Red Sox win it all before they saw Tom Brady win his SIXTH ring in probably the most boring Super Bowl of all-time. And don’t try and tell me it was a good game just because it was tied in the fourth, watching both teams fail to move the ball whatsoever just waiting for Brady to eventually lead a game-winning drive and rip everyone’s hearts out is pretty much the worst possible way to spend your Super Bowl Sunday. Anyone who says otherwise is either a Pats fan or a liar.

Seeing the Pats win and all these Massholes at yet another parade today just brought back bad memories of Yankees/Sox from October. I can’t believe kids like this are celebrating again today.

If that doesn’t make you wanna throw up, you don’t have a true hatred for Boston sports fans. Here’s the bottom line: it has to be stopped. There’s no real end in sight, either. The Red Sox are bringing back the entire core of their 108-win championship team (with a bit of a weakened bullpen but that was never their strength anyway.) The Celtics may be underperforming, but they still have the most talented roster in the Eastern Conference (Warriors in 4 regardless.) And Tom Brady was literally saying “we’ll be back” on the field on Sunday before he had even been handed his sixth Lombardi. It’s absolute madness and it has to be stopped.

There is some hope. If the Giants find a quarterback to pair with Saquon, they could become Super Bowl contenders within the near future. If the Knicks can draft Zion and actually sign superstars like KD and Kyrie (!!!) they would become one of the best teams in the NBA. But our one true hope in 2019 is the New York Yankees.

The Yankees were a great team in 2018. It may not have felt that way due to the fact that the Red Sox were a dominant team, but the Yankees won 100 games with many of their top players underperforming (Severino, Sanchez, even Stanton) and their best player missing two months (Judge).

After watching the Yankees do what they had to do and split the first two games of the ALDS at Fenway, only to come home and get absolutely EMBARRASSED by the Red Sox 16-1 at Yankee Stadium in Game 3, sucked the absolute life out of the season, Yankee fans, and the city. People forget this was a team that won 100 games, lost the regular season series to the Sox by just a game, and gave them their most competitive playoff series (aside from Game 3 of course). We need this team to come up big in 2019 and end Boston’s domination of the sporting world.

The Yankees had a nice offseason. They bolstered their pitching staff as well as making moves to offset the impact of not having Didi to start the year. Is it the offseason we expected following the Red Sox embarrassing us in the playoffs on their way to a World Series, as well as the Yankees getting under the luxury tax? No, I think we all expected Machado or Harper to be in Pinstripes by now. Regardless, the Yankees improved an 100-win team. I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again, this team gets as far as Luis Severino brings us. We need him to be the ace we know he can be.

I’m sick of watching Boston fans celebrate. 2018 was their year, and frankly the 21st century has been theirs. It needs to end. The Yankees need to get it done this year. Counting down the days to Opening Day, and I can’t wait.

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