Dear Santa: An Open Letter To Saint Nick From All 30 MLB Teams Fanbases

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Hunter Stokes (Chief Writer/Part Owner) 

It is time for our yearly letter to head to the north pole.  Perhaps the ‘fat old jolly’ guy will respond promptly at the 2016 Winter Meetings.

NY Yankees:  They need to speed the clock up like Back To The Future 2.  The Pinstripers are resetting for the 2019 season and beyond Bryce Harper era.  They also would love.

Based on how good the Red Sox Winter meetings have gone this far, you have to know there will also be a lot of Yankees 27 World Series Rings to Boston’s 8 on a T-Shirt scoreboard.

The Bronx Bombers will also ask for their former Captain to please make more appearances in the public eye so they can milk the retiring of Derek Jeter‘s #2 on May 14, 2017 for about the next 6 months in a viable smokescreen

Boston:  Can…

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