Young Fan Can't Understand Why Player Left his Team
Sports fans are crazy at any age.
In many households you learn from an early age about sports. When a six-year-old New York Giants fan named Joe found out that his favorite player was leaving his team he decided to mail him a letter.
The following is the letter written by Joe's mom.
"Dear Mr. Jacobs,
My 6-year-old son, Joseph, is a huge NY Giants fan. Last year he had the opportunity to go to a game and he just fell in love with the team. He was very upset to learn that both you and Mario Manningham are no long on the team. When he asked me why you were going to SF I explained that the Giants did not have enough money to keep you. So, in an effort to convince you to return to NY he wrote the enclosed letter, and included money form his piggy bank.
Joseph is just learning to read/write so I will help with the translation."
Joe's letter read,
"Dear Brandon Jacobs,
So you could go to the Giants, here is my money. Love Joe."
Joe's Mom finishes the letter with, "I hope this letter finds you well. Congratulations on the Superbowl win! Our family will miss you next year, but we wish you all the best in San Fransisco."
Jacobs later tweeted, "the kid thought the giants didn't have enough money to bring me back, so he sent me $3.36 to come back, it was the best ever." Article Added: 2012-06-06
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