The Yankees Twitter account ignored the home run by Alex Rodriguez on Wednesday and fans are not happy about it
Wednesday afternoon the New York Yankees took on the Boston Red Sox in spring training action, and in the 4th inning of that contest, Alex Rodriguez hit his first home run since Sept. of 2013, which caused quite a stir on Twitter, as you would imagine.
Well, actually not everyone took to Twitter to talk about the moment. As a matter of fact, one of the Twitter accounts that completely ignored the solo shot was none other than the Yankees’ official Twitter account, who generally live tweets the action from all the games.
Not even for the recap of the game did they mention the fact that A-Rod had went yard.
What some people tend to forget is that for as much hate as Rodriguez has gotten over his suspension, there are people, especially Yankees fans, who are supporting him in his return. For those people, they were not the least bit happy that the Yankees Twitter account failed to mention the home run at all.
Hey, if it is up to them, they might just ignore him all year. All the outlets were talking about the bomb, with the exception of the team’s own account, so yeah, ignorance all year might indeed be the plan.
(h/t New York Daily News)
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