Famous Boston Sports Poses Better Than “Bradying”

To rub some salt in the Pats fan's Super Bowl XLVI wounds, fans are now "Bradying." Here are some other poses Boston sports fans can look back on...
Enough With "Bradying"
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To rub some salt in the Pats fan's Super Bowl XLVI wounds, fans are now "Bradying." Here are some other poses Boston sports fans can look back on...
Pats tight end Rob Gronkowski became famous for his post-touchdown spikes, and Gronking was born.
Gronking
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Pats tight end Rob Gronkowski became famous for his post-touchdown spikes, and Gronking was born.
Pedro Martinez would point to the sky after leaving the mound at the end of his night.
Pedroing
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Pedro Martinez would point to the sky after leaving the mound at the end of his night.
Bobby Orr's score, which is one of the most famous goals in history, has been frozen in time with a statue outside the TD Garden.
Orring
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Bobby Orr's score, which is one of the most famous goals in history, has been frozen in time with a statue outside the TD Garden.
Adam Vinatiei's famous pose after booting the game-winning kick in Super Bowl 36 over the Rams.
Vinatieriing
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Adam Vinatiei's famous pose after booting the game-winning kick in Super Bowl 36 over the Rams.
Red Sox DH David Ortiz points to the sky before crossing home plate.
Ortizing
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Red Sox DH David Ortiz points to the sky before crossing home plate.
The Red Sox named the left field foul pole after legend Carlton Fisk.  Here, he recreates his famous pose from the 1975 World Series.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
Fisking The Red Sox named the left field foul pole after legend Carlton Fisk. Here, he recreates his famous pose from the 1975 World Series. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
The Vezina and Conn Smythe winner in 2011 gives a two handed point to the sky, with glove and stick in hand, at the end of the Stanley Cup finals Game 6.
Tim Thomasing
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The Vezina and Conn Smythe winner in 2011 gives a two handed point to the sky, with glove and stick in hand, at the end of the Stanley Cup finals Game 6.
Aaron Hernandez of the New England Patriots celebrates touchdowns by making it rain. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Hernandezing
Aaron Hernandez of the New England Patriots celebrates touchdowns by making it rain. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Aside from not running out ground balls and using the Green Monster as a bathroom between pitching changes, Manny Ramirez was famous for his points to the dugout.
Mannying
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Aside from not running out ground balls and using the Green Monster as a bathroom between pitching changes, Manny Ramirez was famous for his points to the dugout.
No, not taking plays off. Moss came to New England, and celebrated his "separation" from defenders.
Mossing
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No, not taking plays off. Moss came to New England, and celebrated his "separation" from defenders.
Kevin Garnett is famous for his pre, in, and postgame chest bumps.
KGing
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Kevin Garnett is famous for his pre, in, and postgame chest bumps.
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