You can read about their exploits in my YESNetwork.com feature from May 6.
Uncle, this is a Yankee fan, our foe,
A villain that is hither come in spite,
To scorn at our solemnity this night.
Okay, so maybe Shakespeare had it as "Montague" and not "Yankee fan," but then it doesn't take a Shakespeare to know that Yankees and Red Sox fans often behave like Montagues and Capulets.
On Saturday at Yankee Stadium, I'll be interviewing a group of extraordinary Yankees fans, who are known for wearing their pinstripes proudly among the perilous Boston streets. The Sox may have coined the term, "Red Sox Nation," but the Yankees are alive and well, even in enemy territory.
Led by founder Nikki Fein and organizer Phil Brown, this amazing group will be sending over 50 of its 500-plus members to the Yankees-White Sox game on May 1. I will be there to interview them and find out how they manage to survive the abuse.
I've already had the privilege of talking to Ms. Fein, and I can tell you they are an extremely likable bunch. They've already been written up about in the Boston Globe and were showcased hilariously on NESN, the Red Sox network.
I'll not endure him.
He shall be endured: