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It’s unclear why this Red Sox fan felt the Houston Astros home opener was the appropriate venue to air her grievances with Jacoby Ellsbury’s change of allegiances over the offseason.
But apparently she felt the need to tout “Elsbury’s” new side hustle working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange:
Yes, she also failed with “Elsbury” on this sign pic.twitter.com/CTdm1AKNJa
— Busted Coverage (@bustedcoverage) April 2, 2014
Normally I’d be offended to cheer for the same team as her, but between the camouflage hat, third-party apparel (last time I checked the box score, it seemed to suggest the Yankees were playing the Astros, but what do I know), and the refusal to use spellcheck, I think I’m safely disassociated from this lady’s five minutes of Internet fame.
Though it does beg the question, who stamped her passport to let her into Red Sox Nation?