Ray LeMoine, a Boston-area native who has lived in Manhattan for the past 15 years, is basking in the spotlight of a brand new "ESPN 30 for 30" podcast focusing on the "Yankees Sucks" shirts he made hundreds of thousands of dollars selling at Fenway Park from while he was in college. The movie rights to his story have even been bought by Sam Raimi's wife Gillian Green. But the year-old entrepreneur tells us that he spent a week last month on Rikers Island because of several outstanding warrants, including one from that came about when he was caught scalping Yankees-Red Sox playoff tickets in the Bronx. According to LeMoine, his car was towed on Memorial Day weekend. When he went to reclaim it, he was arrested on back warrants, including the ticket scalping charge.