Big Time booed at Yankee game

Say what you will about Yankee fans, they’re not afraid to express an opinion.

[Vice President Dick] Cheney, who visited both clubhouses after batting practice, watched part of the game from the box of Yankees owner George Steinbrenner and part from a first-row seat next to the Yankees dugout, where he sat between New York Gov. George Pataki and former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani. Cheney was booed when he was shown on the right-field videoboard during the seventh-inning.

Well, I’m sure they all felt better after they’d done it. Via AMERICAblog and Atrios.

UPDATE: Mike Lupica on Cheney-booing and Yankee domination. Via The Poor Man, hie poor taste in baseball teams notwithstanding.

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One Response to Big Time booed at Yankee game

  1. William Hughes says:

    Sorry, Chuck, but you should know that New York sports fans being vocal about anything is not a news story, especially Yankee fans during a game against the Red Sox.

    Hell, in New York, being vocal is not limited to sports fans. 😉

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