Well, well, well, what do we have here? Little Orlando Cabrera doesn't like Yankees fans.
Let the idiot speak:
"They don't appreciate good baseball," Cabrera said. "They just appreciate the Yankees beating up on everybody."
Fuck! I am always apologizing for all New York sports fans on here, and it looks like I have to do it again. I am so sorry, O-Dog, or whatever the fuck your nickname is, that we can't live up to the shining standards of the fans in Anaheim, who need a monkey to tell them when to cheer. Or fans in your former city of Boston, who never ever ever boo the home team.
Cabrera is clearly offended that Yankees fans would dare boo the home nine under any circumstances. In related news, Orlando Cabrera was originally signed to the big leagues by the Expos from his previous team, The Care Bears, members of the Happy Fun Sunshine and Tickling League.
"In Boston, they admire baseball," Cabrera said. "In Anaheim, those fans are some of the best in baseball. They know you care there. They know you can't do it every day. I appreciate that. These people here, they're mean. And they're really mean to the other team."
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA! They admire baseball in Boston! Really?! Does Cabrera remember Games 3-5 of the 1999 ALCS, when opposing players' families feared for their lives and debris rained down on the field, while in the national spotlight no less? Oh no, that's right, he was still part of the Care Bears' famed Cabrera-to-Tenderheart-Bear-to-Wish-Bear double-play combination.
And they know baseball so well in Anaheim that they can only impact games with the help of two sticks that they bash together like mentally handicapped children.
As for the meanness, you're Goddamn right we're mean. Can't wait for your next visit to the Stadium, fucko. Now you've shown us your weakness.