Pink Hats Welcoming Yankee Fans Into Fenway Park Makes Me Want To Puke

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Boston.comYankees fans and Red Sox fans are for the most part just one big happy baseball family these days.

Walk around Kenmore Square before a game this weekend and you’ll see plenty of couples and groups of friends wearing the home and opposing jerseys together.

What used to be a high-tension, hostile series just a few years back has turned in family picnic.

Only one lone voice attempted a “Yankees Suck,” chant in the bleachers during Friday night’s 5-1 Yankees win. And it died a quick death.

Fenway has gone full friendly. And the more Yankee fans that come through the gates, the merrier.

“The shameful thing is, Red Sox season ticket holders are selling their tickets to Yankees fans, boo!,” said longtime Red Sox diehard Jessamy Finet of East Boston.

Over the past several seasons—with tickets easier to get—Yankee fans have been showing up to Fenway in droves for summer weekend series against the Red Sox, with the park often looking like a straight 50-50 split of the fanbase.

“We get to come in here and dominate, we love it.’ Camden Tavarez from Providence. When asked why he wasn’t a Red Sox fan since he lived just down I-95, he replied, “you don’t like losers.”

Most fans attending Friday night’s game seemed to be in good spirits, just happy to be enjoying baseball on a beautiful summer night in Boston.

“It shouldn’t be hate, it should all be love,” said Sandra Spiritus, a Yankees fan via marriage from Plano, Texas. “You can heckle and play games but not nothing serious. You’re not going to kill somebody over a game.

“Look at the players. When the game is done, what do they do? They go hang out with each other.”

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Good God, this makes me wanna puke. I remember growing up and going to a Red Sox-Yankees game when I was just an aspiring boy without a turtle. The Yankees had this guy named Steve Sax. But I vividly remember this fat bastard along the first baseline yelling “Steve Sux“at him the entire game.

I asked my old man, “what does Steve Sux mean?” My dad told me to pay no attention to that guy because he was drunk. I also had no idea what it meant to be drunk. Those were confusing times.

But as you grow older you come to appreciate the drunken fat bastard yelling “Steve Sux” from the top of his longs for four straight hours. It makes MLB games sooo much more entertaining. Is it kid friendly? Not necessarily. But as long as children are there with a responsible parent who explains to them that these people are here for our amusement, I say no harm no foul.

There are obvious lines that have to be drawn. I don’t want Fenway to be Ralph Wilson Stadium, where grown men teach their children how to call Patriots fans “faggots.” But we’re not Bills fans out here. We have souls. It will never come to that in Boston.

And that Steve Sux guy wouldn’t make it past the second inning at Fenway Park today. That’s because Red Sox ownership completely sold out when they bought this team a little over a decade ago. Fenway used to be about creating a hostile environment that gave the Red Sox a distinct homefield advantage. But now Fenway is about selling bricks, getting pink hats in the seats, and making as much money as possible.


Granted Red Sox ownership is not to be faulted for making money. This is America after all, and TBS is not the Communist Manifesto. But the problem is that pink hats, who previously could’ve given a fuck less about a baseball game, have increased the demand for tickets, jacked up prices, and made it impossible for drunken slobs from Quincy to reign down obscenities on Yankees players and their antichrist fans. And you NEED fans like this to win games.

The thing about it is, it doesn’t have to be this way. The Yankees make money than the Red Sox, and Yankees Stadium is as unwelcome of an environment as you will ever see. And I fucking love it. When you walk through the Bronx Zoo with your Red Sox gear on, you have abandoned any attempts for civility. And good luck if you’re sitting in the bleachers, because there is a 98% chance you will leave the game covered in nachos, because luckily they don’t serve beer to the savages who sit in the bleachers at Yankee Stadium.

I remember my first trip to Yankee Stadium back before the Red Sox won the 2004 World Series. I had my Manny Ramirez jersey on and went to go get a beer after the first inning. When I got to the front the girl behind the counter told me they were out of beer. Ya got that? The whole stadium was out of beer after the first inning.

Dejectedly I went back to my seat and told my friends what had happened. Some Yankee fan behind us started laughing and informed me that there was no way I was getting served in “that jersey.” So I took it off and wore a white tee shirt to the front of the line instead. This time I was given a tall $7 Coors Light.

It was awesome. It made the whole trip exciting. These assholes wouldn’t even let me buy beer off of them, that’s how much they hated the fact that I was in their stadium disrespecting their team. This would NEVER, EVER, EVER happen at Fenway Park.


I also remember being at a Red Sox game when Barry Bonds came to Boston for the first time in his career. This was back when he got busted for roids but refused to admit it. It was like the Barry Bonds boo-tour. Every stadium competed to see who could make him feel most unwelcome.

I was expecting that the Fenway faithful would give him the greeting of a lifetime. After all, this is the same dooshnozzle who said that he would never play for the Red Sox because “Boston is too racist for me.” But instead of being booed his introduction was met by silence. Because pink hats had never heard of Barry Bonds before, and certainly didn’t know how much of an asshat he was. This was the moment I realized what a fraudulent crowd the Fenway Park crowd was.

Just check out these comments from the story on Facebook to see exactly what I’m talking about:

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Someone please take away this buttnutt’s man card. Obviously no one condones taking someone’s life because of a baseball game. But if a Red Sox fan “accidentally” spills their nachos all over a boisterous Yankees fan in front of them? Shit happens.


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Any guy who ever calls another guy a misogynist should be run over with their own Prius. And “a ticket is a ticket regardless of whether you know the rotation” explains the Fenway faithful more than anything I’ve ever seen. That place is filled with people who are there to put their selfies on Instagram and could give a fuck less about baseball or the big picture.

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Newsflash – the Yankees and every other organization really had no choice but to show support after the Boston Marathon. But our “Boston Strong” grace period is over. Commence New York and Boston dooshnozzelry.


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Oh for fuck’s sake. So much nonsense like this:

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Look, I’m not saying we should turn into the savages who inhabit the stadiums of Philadelphia and Buffalo. But there’s a certain atmosphere that should be expected at a sporting event. You are more than welcome to bring your kids to these things, but if you’re not prepared to explain to Junior that OTHER people have a tendency to act like ding-dongs, then stay home and watch the game on TV. I want the real fans back at Fenway instead of these frauds.

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19 Comment(s)
  • BobnMic
    July 14, 2015 at 11:15 pm

    On here I meant but holy shit

  • BobnMic
    July 14, 2015 at 11:14 pm

    holy shit what is going here?

  • Jeffrey Neal is a Giant Pussy and a Gangerous Person
    July 13, 2015 at 11:47 pm

    No response Lawyer Jeffrey Neal you unbelievable first born ever pathetic pussy? You better not respond or else we will dig down your home address and post that too ass face. Just go. Go quietly away.

    • TurtleBoySpurts
      July 14, 2015 at 7:24 am

      Hahaha… What a moron. You sound just like that kid who threatened TB with a lawsuit a couple of weeks ago. That is to say, every time you open your mouth you only prove your ignorance. Like most Conservatives, though, you play the victim quite well. But I’m not backing off of you, fuckhead, so let’s see how powerful you really are, because I think you’re blowing smoke with that “one phone call” bullshit. My advice would be, call your lawyer and pay the hour minimum to him explain to you the difference between the word “could” and the word “will” when used in a statement. It’ll be the best money you ever spent on your education. Then, if you’re still feeling butthurt and unable to reign in your emotional immaturity, and want to spend good money after bad, have your lawyer call my office and let’s get it on, Turtletard.

    • TurtleBoySpurts
      July 14, 2015 at 7:26 am

      Oh, and when your lawyer calls, please, please do have him mention that Turtle Boy sent him.

  • Jeffrey Neal is a Giant Pussy and a Gangerous Person
    July 13, 2015 at 5:23 pm

    Hey Jiffy – this what you have done today to me. I got you asshole now go away for ever or else this truth will be told to the MA bar association.

    Threat to Commit Crime – M.G.L 275, s. 2.

    A threat is a declaration of proposed infliction, punishment or injury, which is intended to elicit a negative response. It is a communicated intent to inflict harm or loss on another person. Many people would be surprised to learn that they can be arrested and charged with a threat to commit a crime, even if the threatened act was never carried out. In Massachusetts, threatening another with a crime against his or her person or property is itself a crime under Massachusetts G.L. c. 275, §§ 2-4. Although a threatened crime was not actually committed, a defendant facing charges for this offense may face harsh and lasting repercussions. A conviction for threatening to commit a crime against another’s person or property may result in the following punishments:
    •A sentence in jail for up to 6 months, and/or
    •A fine up to $100, and/or
    •A term of probation, and/or
    •Suspended sentence.

    In order to be convicted of this charge, the prosecution must be able to prove four elements of the crime beyond a reasonable doubt:
    1.The defendant expressed an intent to injury the alleged victim and/or his or her property, now or in the future;
    2.The defendant intended that it to be conveyed to the alleged victim;
    3.The injury that was threatened, if carried out, would constitute a crime; and
    4.The defendant made the threat under circumstances which could have reasonably caused the alleged victim to fear that the defendant had both the intention and the ability to carry out the threat.

    For purposes of this crime, it is not necessary that the threat be communicated directly to the alleged victim. The element will still be satisfied it if can be proved beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant intended the threat to be conveyed to the alleged victim.

  • Jeffrey Neal is a Giant Pussy and a Dangerous Person
    July 13, 2015 at 4:19 pm

    “it’s Mr. Neal to you, and I could kill you with my bare hands.” What part of this statement is not threatening? And you are a lawyer? Are you fucking kidding me? Do you know how easily you could get disbarred for this type of behavior? Is that what you want because one phone call can make that happen so back the fuck off.

  • Jeffrey Neal is a Giant Pussy and a Dangerous Person
    July 13, 2015 at 3:08 pm

    Oh pardon me for this misspell there Jiffy. Oh and by the way that sounded dangerously like a threat. That is not allowed here or on any blog you idiot, but albeit, you name the time and place and you will make my day.

    • TurtleBoySpurts
      July 13, 2015 at 4:00 pm

      I’m amused that you find a statement of fact threatening. Talk about your giant pussy.

  • Chris From Georgia
    July 13, 2015 at 9:51 am

    Damn Yankees!!!!

  • Jeffery Neal is a Giant Pussy and a Dangerous Person
    July 12, 2015 at 11:31 pm

    Hey Jeffery. How many times did they toss you into your locker in High Scholl huh there bud? And so you are so mad that all of us suck as a result. Man I hope you don’t get a gun. I sense a serial killer on the horizon.

    • TurtleBoySpurts
      July 13, 2015 at 8:52 am

      It’s spelled “Jeffrey”, you moron, though it’s Mr. Neal to you, and I could kill you with my bare hands. I actually spent my school years defending innocents against the likes of you, and you’d better believe that asswipes like you cried the loudest and the longest when it was your blood flowing. But you sure are a real tough guy here with your like-minded troglodyte friends on the anonymous pages of this bully blog.

      • Wabbitt
        July 14, 2015 at 1:26 am

        Look at the Internet tough guy over here.

        Says he could kill someone with his bare hands; still cries about being bullied. LOGIC.

        • TurtleBoySpurts
          July 14, 2015 at 7:28 am

          Of course, nowhere in my comments have I cried about being bullied. You have the reading comprehension of a Turtle.

          • Wabbitt
            July 14, 2015 at 3:13 pm

            You’ve called TBS a “bully blog” in every single post since your identity has been outed, Jeff. So unless you’re secretly the reincarnation of Teddy Roosevelt and you’re using turn of the century slang to compliment the blog, then that sounds a lot like crying to me.

            I understand, Jeff. I really do. I was bullied for being a pudgy, nerdy loser in high school, too. I just grew the fuck up and got over it. I didn’t continue being a gigantic, sniveling candyass well into my thirties like you have.

  • BobnMic
    July 12, 2015 at 10:39 pm
  • TurtleBoySpurts
    July 12, 2015 at 8:55 pm

    I know, how terrible that you can’t go to a sporting event even and behave like a bully anymore. Guess you didn’t get your fill in Buffalo. Oh well, at least you have this bully blog. 😉

    • clives doorag top convertable
      July 12, 2015 at 9:53 pm

      like the bullies that burned down Baltimore? or the PANSIES that blocked Kelly square? oooppppsssy

  • Devils Mouthpiece
    July 12, 2015 at 6:50 pm

    Fuck the yankmees and Fuck all the ingrates from new york.

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