YANKEES SPOIL RED SOX CURSE

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Construction workers Frank Gramarossa, center, and Sal Carrini, left, display a Boston Red Sox jersey bearing the name of the player David Ortiz, number 34 which was buried in the concrete of the new Yankee Stadium in the Bronx  borough of New York on April 13, 2008. A construction worker, who is a Boston Red sox fan, buried the jersey in the concrete in a lower level of the stadium hoping to put a curse on the Yankees who have a long-time rivalry with the Boston team. (© Richard B. Levine)
Construction workers Frank Gramarossa, center, and Sal Carrini, left, display a Boston Red Sox jersey bearing the name of the player David Ortiz, number 34 which was buried in the concrete of the new Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York on April 13, 2008. A construction worker, who is a Boston Red sox fan, buried the jersey in the concrete in a lower level of the stadium hoping to put a curse on the Yankees who have a long-time rivalry with the Boston team. (© Richard B. Levine)
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