Good Karma Paying Off
First, Yankees fan Christian Lopez
found himself in the middle of controversy because he gave up Derek Jeter
's 3,000th hit ball for nothing. Then, when the team gave him free tickets for the rest of the season, everyone wondered if Lopez would have to pay a tax on the gift. Well, a couple of companies are trying to help out Lopez. Miller High Life has said it will pay the taxes
for Lopez. Meanwhile, Modell's Sporting Goods announced that five percent of all Yankees merchandise sales purchased in stores for one week will be donated to help cover the cost of the taxes.