Lately, things just haven't really been working out. It was time to face the writing on the wall. We've been growing apart. It might be good to see other people, go our separate ways. Take a break for a while.
We both knew that this had been a long time coming.
"It's not you, it's me," I find myself saying.
So, after 15 years of dedication, love, and more than a few tears, I just have to come out and say it:
The New York Yankees and I are breaking up.
Such is the end of my Yankee fan's career. With the addition of yet another World Series title, my disenchantment has peaked.
Love can turn so easily to hate.
The fact of the matter is that the Yankees just got too good.
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