It rained in the Northeast yesterday. I cleaned out my closets and drawers and came across the old #22, Robinson Cano T-shirt that I think I probably bought in Modell's when he first became a "thing" in the Bronx.
That's right, it wasn't #24, it was #22, before Cano changed his number for Roger Clemens. Anyway, I was torn. I didn't know if I should just chuck it in the trash, or save it.
So, I tweeted a picture of it to the BYB readers. Luckily for me, I received some pretty good comments. Here are some. Check them out:
@BleednYankeeBlu give it back to #Clemens
— Tom (@towazy) December 29, 2013
@BleednYankeeBlu keep it!!! Memories, bro.
— Can I Pettitte? (@CANiPETTITTE) December 29, 2013
@BleednYankeeBlu I would keep it..
— Carlton (@_Carlton) December 29, 2013
@BleednYankeeBlu Sell it! #JayZ
— T. Frank Gentry (@yankeefrank23) December 29, 2013
@BleednYankeeBlu slow burn
— garth asham (@AshamGasham) December 29, 2013
@BleednYankeeBlu use it to wipe down your car.
— Ernest Desposito (@1HUSAMAN) December 29, 2013
@BleednYankeeBlu burn it to stay warm. Yankees don't put names on back. #newyear
— Mike Mollenhauer (@Mochowder) December 29, 2013
@BleednYankeeBlu dust rag
— Cristina (@cristinaac1) December 30, 2013
Clearly a mixed crowd when it comes to Robinson Cano. Hey, bottom line, what's done is done and we can't look back. We can only look forward and I can't wait to see my Yankees in 2014!
Thanks for the comments gang! Go Yanks!
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