If you go to Fenway Park, you're going to find some passionate Red Sox fans. It's understandable because the team is in first place. But also, most of the fans are crazy.
Last night, however, a trio of leftist social justice warriors (presumably, because who else would be this lame) decided to cut out of their Why the Muppets are Triggering and Problematic lecture and waste three perfectly good seats
in order to speak out on an issue
that's super important to them this week: mocking America.
Suspended from the Green Monster at Fenway Park during the Red Sox’s game against the A’s was a large black banner that read, “Racism is as American as baseball.” The white lettering jumped out from the black background and draped all the way down to cover part of the Foxwoods logo on the outfield wall.
I'm sorry, but I'm bored. That's seriously the best these three could come up with? Such a prominent and visible spot, I would have at least had an offensive drawing of Trump or "DEEZ NUTS" written somewhere.
Oh, and a quick side note: the Green Monster is the giant wall in the outfield. We're not talking about Hillary Clinton's book tour.
“Yeah, I saw it,” right fielder Mookie Betts said. “There’s no place for that. That’s for another day, though.”
“During the 4th inning of tonight’s game, four fans unfurled a banner over the left field wall in violation of the club’s policy prohibiting signs of any kind to be hung or affixed to the ballpark,” the Red Sox said in a statement released later, according to NBC Boston. “The individuals involved were escorted out of Fenway Park.”