A new Harris Poll reveals that, for the fourth season in a row, the Yankees are America’s favorite team, with the Mets coming in second. The Braves are third, and the Cubs fourth. Rounding out the top five are the Red Sox.

Who is America’s least favorite team? The Toronto Blue Jays—not much of a surprise, considering that the pollsters excluded our neighbors to the north from their sample.┬áIt hardly seems fair to mock MLB’s only Canadian team for coming in dead last in a poll of Americans.

In which case, we will mock the next-least-liked team: the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.

Is anyone going to be heartbroken by that? Maybe this guy:

This guy's making my Fridge O Men for sure.

2 Responses to “Everyone Hearts NY”

  1. Sarah Green says:

    Thanks to Jeb for finding this man and getting us the pic. Now, who out there knows what the D-Rays are calling him?

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