Nike is in the process of removing this “Boston Massacre” T-shirt from its outlets, according to ESPN’s Darren Rovell.
The shirt — which shows the word “Boston” spattered with blood — has nothing to do with the bombing of the Boston Marathon. Rather, it’s a shirt for fans of the New York Yankees commemorating a 4-0 series of games in 1978 that the Yankees won against the Boston Red Sox.
The marathon bombing took place the same day as a home game at Fenway, home of the Red Sox.
No doubt the shirts have become instant collector’s items — but where would you actually wear one?
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