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Think no one bought that overpriced ‘No-Runs DMC’ merchandise? Think again.

By Kenny Ducey
July 25, 2016

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Think no one bought that overpriced ‘No-Runs DMC’ merchandise? Think again.

Just one day before the disassembly of the Yankees’ dominant reliever triumvirate of Dellin Betances, Andrew Miller and Aroldis Chapman, which earned the clever ‘No-Runs DMC’ nickname, it made one last appearance in New York.

A man in Fishkill, N.Y., was photographed robbing a bank while wearing some team merchandise celebrating the trio. The team began to sell shirts and caps, priced at $30–$40 each, to fans on June 9.

State police; New York Yankees

According to police, the man entered a TD Bank on Sunday around noon and displayed a note to the teller, demanding cash. After he got some money, he left on foot, and has not yet been found.

Considering I’ve never seen anyone wearing a ‘No-Runs DMC’ hat, he shouldn’t be too hard to find. Maybe he can use the money he stole to buy a hat with Adam Warren’s face on it.


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