New York fans have a reputation for holding their sports teams to a higher standard of excellence, but it now appears they’ve got a litigious streak.Andrew Rector, who famously dozed off in the ballpark’s lower level during an ESPN broadcast of the Yankees-Red Sox game on April 13, filed a lawsuit this week in the New York State Supreme Court in the Bronx claiming that disparaging remarks made by the announcers caused emotional distress.Your browser does not support iframes. Rector names Major League Baseball, ESPN, the New York Yankees, Dan Shulman, and John Kruk as defendants in his three-page complaint. He does not specify the amount of damages being sought. (You can read the full document here.) So just what did the ESPN announcers say to hurt Rector’s feelings? The lawsuit alleges:...

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