The Yankees can go screw with this Yankees screwdriver | Boing Boing

2022-07-23 07:59:33 By : Mr. john Xiao

The Yankees are in that rare echelon of sports teams with fans who don't even watch their sport. The Yankees brand has become more iconic to the masses than most players wearing the uniform. In addition to their top-tier branding, the Yankees franchise also comes equipped with lore tied to American pop culture- across several decades- in a way that other teams could only dream of. I mean, Hanna Barbera's Yogi Bear was, unofficially, named after Yogi Berra, and Joe DiMaggio married Monroe for chrissakes. The Yankees are bigger than baseball by almost every conceivable metric.

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