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Yankees' Opening Day Loss To Red Sox Sees Fans Flee; Sign Of Things To Come?
Published April 2, 2013
ROTTEN TO THE CORE: Sports Net N.Y.’s Eamon McAnaney said it was a “bad idea” for the Mets and Yankees to open the season on the same day in N.Y. at virtually the same time. McAnaney said, “Each team should have the city to themselves.” The N.Y. Daily News’ Bob Raissman said MLB “never gave a real good explanation as to why” they both opened in the city at the same time. SNY’s Marc Malusis said it was a “scheduling snafu” by MLB. McAnaney said MLB Commissioner Bug Selig is “tone deaf” (“Daily News Live,” SNY, 4/1).