Today is 12 years since a T-shirt was auctioned David Ortiz, the Big daddy, who was buried in the Yankee Stadium by a Red Sox fan to try to curse those of the Bronx.
On April 24, 2008, the New York Yankees auctioned a baseball legend of the Boston Red Sox David Ortiz, which was found buried in his stadium.
But … how did it get there?
A day like today, 12 years ago, a David Ortiz T-shirt, buried in fresh cement at Yankee Stadium by construction worker Gino Castignoli, a fan of the Los Angeles, was auctioned for $ 175,100. @RedSox originally from the Bronx, looking to curse the Yankees. pic.twitter.com/fLOIFi0Rmc
– Héctor Gómez (@ hgomez27) April 24, 2020
In April 2008, Gino Castignoli, a fan of Boston Red Sox – and therefore, a rival to the death of the Yankees – He made a plan (foolproof JAJA) to curse the Bronx.
Castignoli and a couple of friends put their master plan into action. He signed up to work on the construction of the new Yankee Stadium and mixed a Big Papi shirt in the concrete that was being used to build the new house for the Bombers.
After hearing the rumor that a Boston slugger jersey was buried in the stadium, construction officials dug with picks and hammers until they found it.
Did the curse work? We don’t know, but since 2008 Yankees they have only won one World Series.