Fenway Fandemonium -- foul play by fraud fan embarrasses city

Fenway Fandemonium

Foul Play by Dorchester Chooch Fraud-Fan
Chris House Embarrasses the City of Boston
Sox Security Star Steve Chin Saves the Day


(AP Photo)

This is what happens when Red Sox Nation "cardholders," who don't know enough to keep their hands in the stands, go to games instead of real baseball fans, who can't get tickets to Fenway anymore.

Sheff should have clocked the assclown who, even if Sox fanboys and girls blindly give the punk the benefit of the doubt, was trying to turn Tek's triple into a double at best. Inexcusable. Ban him from Fenway for two years.

Chris House

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"He just said he was going for the ball."
-- Chris House's delusional fiancee in denial

"At first he (the fan) is (looking right down at Sheffield), but by the time he's completed the swipe he's looking toward the field because, IMO, he's pretending to be oblivious to the fact that a major league baseball play is taking place directly in front of him. The guy did it on purpose. Period. It would take some serious speculative ability to make the case that it was unintentional. Watch the video. It's obvious." -- Arock78 on SoSH

According to fan Chris Lyons, 19, of Milton, who was sitting nearby, "(House) definitely tried to hit him. You could tell. And right away, Gary looked up and went nuts." -- Boston Herald, Michael Silverman

"These people shouldn't be allowed to walk the street,
much less come to a ballgame." -- Yankees manager Joe Torre

Sox Beat Evil Umpire


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Clueless Greg Gibson Nearly Gave Tito a Heart Attack. This Arrogant Smug Turd Should Be Banned from Umpiring Major League Baseball. Period.

Arroyo's ball to Sheff was a strike per ESPN "K-zone," and RJ's low and inside "strike" to Mueller was obviously out of the zone. And the fraud couldn't even run up the line to fix the blown tag call in the 1st.

"He said he read his (Papa Jack's) lips, that #&@! guy can't even see the ball in front of him. That was a bull&#@! answer... I didn't want to see him umpire anymore." -- Red Sox manager Terry Francona

"His (Gibson's) own crew doesn't even like him. My 9-year-old son could look at that pitch and call it a strike" -- Curt Schilling on Debbie Gibson

Rent Was Due


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And the Nation Got Paid, Sox Win Game 8-5

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