The Kid’s Got Plus Break on the Pepperoni

What do you get when you mix seven beers, a cold day, and a really inedible seven dollar slice of pizza? The above video is what you get: Sox fans showering each other in glory tomato sauce, all over a foul ball.   Man I miss Fenway.

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  • thank you. i teared up again. if i could only ask the patriots fan a few questions….i could die happy.

    sf rod April 16, 2007, 8:40 pm
  • now if you can find the audio of the drunken fan who yelled, “whatch you talkin bout wittets” every time angel, reggie willets, came to the plate. i think Fox Sports West had the guy mic-ed.

    sf rod April 16, 2007, 8:53 pm
  • I thought maybe the fan was aiming at the Angel, which would have been bad, but at least it would have made some sense. Doesn’t look that way though…seems like kind of a waste of pizza. Not like that guy did anything to deserve it.

    desturbd1 April 16, 2007, 9:38 pm
  • Do you know hoe much those pizza slices cost?? Seven bucks easy! What a waste of food — AND money. ESPN’s spent more time replaying that toss than any of the ones Josh Beckett threw. Talk about having it tough in Boston. First Josh gets upstaged by Daisuke. Then he gets overshadowed by a pizza…

    Paul SF April 17, 2007, 1:23 am
  • Um, that should be “how” much. No Imus moments here…

    Paul SF April 17, 2007, 1:24 am
  • And I just realized that SF already put the price of the pizza in the original post. :-P That’s what I get for staying up way past my bedtime. I will now stop hogging the Recent Comments bar.

    Paul SF April 17, 2007, 1:31 am
  • The Boston Herald has more on Pizzagate:
    “They had been giving us (expletive) about it,” Madore said. “Next thing I know, there’s a fly ball to left field and it goes foul and my buddy says, ‘You want some pizza now?’ And he hits him right in the face. Hey, the guy wasn’t paying attention. When you’re in the stands you’ve got to be ready for anything – a foul ball, a flying slice of pizza, everything.”

    Paul SF April 17, 2007, 10:23 am
  • I’ve been getting to watch NESN games thru the free-week preview on on-demand and I have to say their announcers are some of the better ones. I’m not sure what I was expecting–maybe something between the grating hommerism of McCarver (NL hommerism that is) and Bob Uecker in Major League.
    So, that’s a nice thing I can say about the Red Sox nation.
    That…and they stink!

    walein April 17, 2007, 3:04 pm
  • I love Remy and Orsillo. They’re passionate without being too “rah rah,” which is what kills me about most local announcers. Most of the time when I flip on another team’s channel I feel like I’m watching someone narrate war footage. The NESN guys treat it like a game, and they’re genuinely having fun. It seems like once every two weeks will Orsillo giggle through an entire inning. Or sometimes if its a blowout they won’t even talk about th game, they’ll talk about their hotel or their ride to the park or the quality of restaurants in Toronto.
    Nevermind that Remy really knows his stuff.

    Tyrel SF April 17, 2007, 3:52 pm
  • I love Remy and Orsillo. They’re passionate without being too “rah rah,” which is what kills me about most local announcers. Most of the time when I flip on another team’s channel I feel like I’m watching someone narrate war footage. The NESN guys treat it like a game, and they’re genuinely having fun. It seems like once every two weeks will Orsillo giggle through an entire inning. Or sometimes if its a blowout they won’t even talk about th game, they’ll talk about their hotel or their ride to the park or the quality of restaurants in Toronto.
    Nevermind that Remy really knows his stuff.

    Tyrel SF April 17, 2007, 3:53 pm

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