Giants epically troll Tommy Pham with great fantasy football shirt

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Giants troll Pham with Joc-inspired fantasy football shirt originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

If you thought the Joc Pederson and Tommy Pham fantasy football saga was over, think again.

Prior to their 6-2 win over the Kansas City Royals on Monday night, some Giants players came out for warmups in custom-made shirts with an interesting message printed on the front.

"Stashing players on the IR isn't cheating," the shirts read.

The message references the infamous feud between Pederson and Pham from earlier this season where the Cincinnati Reds outfielder slapped Pederson for a disagreement they had in a fantasy football league, resulting in a three-game suspension for Pham.

Pham accused Pederson of cheating in a league that reportedly consisted of a $10,000 buy-in after Pederson placed a player listed as "OUT" on the injured reserve list, sparking a feud that would last over a year.

On Tuesday, Pham weighed in on the Giants' shirts, claiming that he could release the IR rules to the public and that he has receipts of vowing to slap Pederson over it.

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Whichever fantasy league Pham joins next season, the commissioner should do themselves a favor and make this rule abundantly clear.

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