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Man banned from Fenway after allegedly sneaking into Red Sox clubhouse trying to steal Mike Napoli’s glove

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Security breach at Fenway Park! The Boston Pink Sox clubhouse has been compromised. Stories out of Boston say crew safety discovered 23-yr-previous Thomas Robbins of Harmony Mass. within the home clubhouse at Fenway about 2:30 a.m. Sunday, not lengthy after the Pink Sox beat the Detroit Tigers in Sport 6 of the American League Championship Sequence.

Robbins allegedly was seen holding the primary baseman’s mitt of Pink Sox slugger Mike Napoli, however dropped it once he was spotted before leaving the clubhouse. CBS in Boston takes it from there (figuratively):

When he was confronted by officers in the players’ parking zone, he claimed he was lost and did not know how he ended up there.

Safety informed police they don’t know the way Robbins was capable of get into the clubhouse, however noted that he could have been within the press box earlier as a result of he had credentials from Major League Baseball and the Crimson Sox public relations division in his pocket.

Napoli’s glove, in response to the police report, is worth $450.

Boy, gloves are expensive nowadays. How exhausting would it not be to field costume a cow, anyway? Asking for a friend.

Robbins was released on $300 bail and told to return to court docket in December, but additionally to avoid Fenway in the meantime. If he had gotten away with Napoli’s mitt, a minimum of David Ortiz’s mitt could be utilized in a pinch for the World Collection, which begins Wednesday. That is referred to as organizational depth.

However about this personal ban. In regular times, police would don’t have any trouble spotting this man at the gates. But with all of the beard-growing taking place on the Pink Sox and the fake beards fans put on to point out solidarity, what’s to forestall this man from coming back in a disguise? There is not any manner the cops may test each man carrying a fake beard. What if this fella will get again into the clubhouse and steals Xander Bogaerts, or the World Series Cup?

 
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Souvenir scrambles are reaching entertaining levels at Fenway Park

I do not know why this is happening, however souvenir scrambles at Fenway Park have been highly entertaining recently. That includes a fairly wild dual between two followers seated behind the Boston Purple Sox bullpen on Tuesday night time as they each desperately tried to get their hands on Stephen Drew’s floor rule double.

There’s additionally a hilarious picture that has been floating around Twitter the previous couple of days that captures the hopes, fears and concentration of a number of Crimson Sox fans as they brace themselves for an incoming foul ball.

You can view that right here, courtesy of Reddit Baseball.

Both are great moments within the historical past of baseball fandom, but they really pale in comparison to what we saw happen along the appropriate line throughout Boston’s 20-4 thumping of the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday evening.

What makes it better? Well, there are about three various things you possibly can level to.

(MLB.TELEVISION) 1. There was truly no souvenir to be had because Pink Sox proper fielder Shane Victorino made a sensational leaping catch. They did, nonetheless, end up with a significant participant of their lap as Victorino ended up falling over the short wall and into the first row of seats, in order that wasn’t a nasty comfort.

(MLB.TV) 2. The feminine fan who tried to take a photograph of Victorino with her phone, however had it knocked out of her fingers and on the field by the overzealous fan in the Purple Sox jersey. She didn’t get her photograph, but Victorino handing her back her telephone was captured on video.

(MLB.TV) 3. The poor woman proper behind her who also makes an attempt to get a photo on her telephone, but has her drink slapped into her face by the SAME overzealous fan..