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Frank Francisco's "chicken" comment has gotten so out of hand that Mets reliever Tim Byrdak brought a live chicken into the clubhouse at Citi Field. Not only that, but they initially named him "Little Derek Jeter" before renaming him "Little Jerry Seinfeld" in honor of the time Kramer got a rooster on Seinfeld. “We originally called ...
Frank Francisco called the Yankees chickens yesterday and today Brian Heyman of the Journal News got reactions from the Yankees. Good stuff, but the best one is in the video below.
The Yankees swept round one of the Subway Series in the last go around and it sounds like the Mets are out for revenge. Mets closer, Frank Francisco, started the trash talking early. “I can’t wait to face those chickens,” Francisco told Mike Puma of the NY Post. “I want to strike out the side against ...