Three Reasons to Hate The Red Sox

Jason KimCorrespondent IMarch 5, 2010

BOSTON - OCTOBER 11:  Pitcher Josh Beckett #19 and David Ortiz #34 of the Boston Red Sox watch as the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim celebrate thier 7-6 victory in Game Three to win the ALDS during the 2009 MLB Playoffs at Fenway Park on October 11, 2009 in Boston, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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Why do we hate the Red Sox? Some people say that randomly, but others like me take it seriously. Here are some reasons why we hate the Red Sox.

1. Rubbing it in.

After the 2004 ACLS, they never let Yankees fans explain for themselves. They just kept rubbing it in. Three years later, the Yanks swept them in a 5 game series at Fenway. This year, the Red Sox started to beat the Yanks early in the season: the Yankees answered back to beat them, making them embarrassed.


2. Kevin Youkillis  

Always thinking pitchers are against him. That's sad. :(  Joba just lost control in that fateful inning. He was a rookie and was just scared the first time. Rick Porcello had to answer  back, so he hit him. But Youkillis didn't let that one go, and as a result suspended and thrown over 180 degrees by whom? Rick Porcello. Go RICK!


3.Red Sox Nation

Always bragging how they have loyal fans. Big teams like the Yankees, Cubs, Braves, and Mets actually have similar number of fans in the country. It also costs $200 to join the "Nation." Very sad. Very sad.