New design added to the RAB Shop


Does stranding runners in scoring position suck? Yes. Is hitting a lot of homeruns awesome? Also yes. Show some support for your homer happy Yankees and your favorite homer-loving Yankees blog with the new design you see above, now available at The RAB Shop. Tyler Wilkinson put it together for us, and you can buy it on shirts, hoodies, a clock, tons of stuff. ‘Cause there’s nothing like having a runner in scoring position when the bases are empty.

Categories : Self-Promotion


  1. Frigidevil says:

    Damn that homer stance is beautiful. Kinda reminds me of the Johnnie Walker logo.

  2. Esteban says:

    Favorite design so far.

  3. Kiersten says:

    Love it… just not in 1980 Phillies colors.

  4. bobtaco says:

    Is that Reggie?

  5. Great White Buffalo says:

  6. Too many homers, not enough time.

    (aaaaaaaaaaaaand, now I have Mad Lion stuck in my head. Thanks a lot, guys.)

  7. Daniel says:

    “Cause there‚Äôs nothing like having a runner in scoring position when the bases are empty.”

    Add that to the back, and SOLD.

  8. steven says:

    i love that jesus is coming design cracks me up every time with the little crucifix in the bottom left corner of the shirt

  9. Bob says:

    I don’t get it. “Too many homers” sounds like a bad thing…like I’m a purist complaining, but the description says it’s a praising the homer happy Yanks. Am I missing the point? Please explain…

  10. Stu H says:

    I can’t read the shirt — what does it say? Too many homers …. ?

  11. Nuke LaDoosh says:

    If I buy this shirt all of the power hitting Yankees will become Derek Jeter (that’s Pre- May 08 Jeter.) Then I’ll be having to explain this shirt for the rest of it’s useful life. Don’t ever buy a Stock I buy either ;)

  12. sjferrari says:

    This is easily my favorite design so far and may be the one that makes me pony up some cash (soon as I gets paid again). I’m digging the baseball jersey.

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