The Yankees are playing hardball with ticket refunds amid COVID-19, according to fuming fans who are prepared to distance themselves from the beloved Bronx Bombers.

“It is simply unconscionable for the Yankees, a business valued in the billions of dollars, to be holding fans’ money at a time when the federal government is mailing out checks trying to keep people afloat,” Yankee season ticket holder Tom Griffin wrote in an open letter to the team posted on his Facebook page.

Griffin, 64, whose seats are in section 105 in right field, griped that “games in New York, at the very earliest, are starting in July. … No issue with not playing the games, big issue with keeping the money.”