What's hot in New York these days? Not the Yankees - they're just playing .500 ball. Instead it's a heatwave that's taken the city by storm, with temperatures reaching over 100 degrees in recent days. Records were set all over the area on Monday, making it a not very nice place to be.
And imagine sitting out in the sweltering heat on Monday at Yankee Stadium, watching your not so good Yankees lose to a really not so good Royals team. It would probably put you in the following state of mind that people collectively booed the sun.
Fans showed their approval when a cloud moved in front of the sun during the fifth inning of the Yankees-Royals game. They booed moments later when the sun returned.That's right. During a humid, 94-degree day game in mid-June, a cloud got the biggest cheer of the game. You could say that New York fans could boo anything, and there you have it. On Monday, June 9th Yankee fans booed the one thing that supports almost all life on Earth via photosynthesis, and drives the Earth's climate and weather. That's right sun - - you suck!