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6 Responses to “The United Countries of Baseball”

  1. keithpiccirillo says:

    Fairfield County in Connecticut is clearly Yankee country.

  2. Transor Z says:

    Florida is a plurality Yankees/Red Sox zone with minority support for the Rays and Marlins. I’m not even kidding.

  3. richfool says:

    I have a hard time to believe that Northern Jersey has any ‘real’ Mets fans. This is clearly the “Yankees country” here;)

  4. Yossarian says:

    The Yanks have every borough but Queens, the South Shore of LI, Northern NJ, and Fairfield County, CT. The Mets have Queens and the North Shore of LI. The Sox have CT north of Hartford and split FL with The Yanks, and to a lesser degree with The Marlins, Rays, and Mets. But it’s a pretty cool map.

  5. kcyeti says:

    Royals get all off Nebraska, not just Omaha, more of Oklahoma and a portion of Northwest Arkansas where their AA team. Past that, the map is fairly accurate.