CLEVELAND (AP) - Some Cleveland fans say getting swept by the New York Yankees last weekend was painful enough, but they took another punch to the gut visiting the Indians shop at Jacobs Field.
It was stocked with Yankees gear, including shirts, hats and even bobbleheads of Derek Jeter.
Longtime Cleveland fan Matt Linse from Erie, Pennsylvania, says he wanted to throw up when he saw all the enemy merchandise Saturday night. He says he almost felt betrayed by the Tribe.
A spokesman says the Indians have sold other teams' stuff for years. He says the store aims to offer what people coming to the games might want.
Cleveland nearly sold out of its Yankees merchandise over the weekend, and the Indians get the biggest cut of the profits.