If You Sing Sweet Caroline At Fenway Park, Instead Of Booing Are You A Fraud? Yes You Are


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Sweet Caroline is one of the worst songs ever made. So of course it’s become the de facto 8th inning song for the Boston Red Sox. This song, which has absolutely nothing with baseball or the Red Sox, is basically the reason half of the pink hat fans who fill up Fenway Park even go to the game. They sit there for 7.5 innings, inconvenienced by the fact that they have to watch baseball for that long, all in joyous anticipation of their chance to sing a a creepy song about a man admiring a 12 year old girl.

I just wanna take a moment to point out that if you sing that song then you are a fraudulent dooshnozzle. That song represents everything that went wrong with Red Sox “fans.” Back in my day Fenway Park was an uncomfortable place to watch a game, but more importantly it was an uncomfortable place for opposing teams to play. Since they went mainstream around ought three, Fenway has transformed into a place where you bring your kids, or a hot date so they can sing that song with you. Even at last night’s game from our company seats we were directly next to a bunch of little kids who literally brought their Barbie dolls with them:

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The only thing I like about the new Fenway crowd is that no one else yells mean things at the other team. This pretty much guaranteed last night that Evan Longoria heard every single virulent word I directed towards him. Mrs. Turtleboy didn’t really care for it, but as one reader said, “Mrs. Turtleboy needs to get with the program.” 

Well even though I was censored by Mrs. Turtleboy, luckily one of our cameramen was with us and they didn’t have a filter. Take notes people, this is the only proper way to handle Sweet Caroline:

The only thing better than booing Sweet Caroline is when you boo Sweet Caroline and then it starts to downpour during the middle of the song forcing every fraudulent pink hat fan in Fenway Park to run for cover:

Fantastic.

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One thought on “If You Sing Sweet Caroline At Fenway Park, Instead Of Booing Are You A Fraud? Yes You Are

  1. I’m going to go ahead and assume that the “fans” in that section did not want the Turtleboy Sports cameraman there. Also, I hope you weren’t capturing the pictures, descriptions, and accounts of the game with merely the implied oral consent of Major League Baseball.

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