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Yankees-Dodgers split merchandise prompts fierce fan reaction: 'This should be a felony'

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The Los Angeles Dodgers are in the Bronx for a three-game set, turning back the clock on one of baseball's all-time old rivalries.

The Dodgers and New York Yankees have faced each other in the World Series 11 times, a record (but not since 1981), with most coming from the Dodgers' days in Brooklyn.

The combined rosters feature superstars from all over: Aaron Judge, Juan Soto and Giancarlo Stanton in the pinstripes, and Mookie Betts, Shohei Ohtani and Freddie Freeman from out west (just to name a few).


The Yankees are selling this hat this weekend in the Bronx, with the Dodgers in town. (MLB)

Judge and Ohtani are, without a doubt, the two faces of Major League Baseball, and the Yankees are taking advantage in what many perceive to be a peculiar way.

First of all, the Yankees are selling Ohtani Dodgers jerseys in their own team store this weekend.

But what got fans really riled up were the bodega-style hats featuring Judge's 99 and Ohtani's 17 side-by-side.

MLB asked users on X whether fans "would wear one of these," and the reaction wasn't pleasant.

"This should be a felony," wrote one reply.

Shohei Ohtani, #17 of the Los Angeles Dodgers, throws on the field before a game against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium on June 7, 2024, in New York City.  (Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Even Mets beat writer Tim Healey was confused: "Is this a prank?"

"What the hell is this cash grab garbage?" added one more.

The Dodgers got the first laugh of the series on Friday with a 2-0 victory in 11 innings, as Yoshinobu Yamamoto, the highest-paid pitcher in the history of baseball (who had been