The Red Sox had a huge come from behind win in Game 2 of the ALCS against the Detroit Tigers on Sunday night, but before the game Adolfo was outside Fenway for a new installment of everyone’s favorite game, Ask A Pink Hat!
The Tigers jumped out to a 1-0 lead in Game 2 of the ALCS on Sunday night at Fenway Park and after six innings were on top 5-1 over the Red Sox, but the Sox battled. Adolfo was outside Fenway park as excited fans left the game and it was pure pandemonium.
With the government shutdown going on there are many things around the city that are closed that people visiting probably would have liked to check out. Toucher & Rich sent Adolfo out with a sign advertising free tours and inform tourists that walked up about our lovely city’s history.
T&R have sent Adolfo out all summer long looking for Mikey in the Back Bay Fens area and all summer long he couldn’t be located. The other day they sent him out once again and this time luck was on his side and Mikey was found and gave his thoughts on the Red Sox.
The Patriots beat the Jets 13-10 in an ugly Thursday night game at Gillette. Toucher & Rich sent Adolfo down to Foxboro to chat with Jets fans and play a little game.
Brazil and Portugal met in a friendly match before 62,310 fans at Gillette Stadium on Tuesday night. Brazil scored three goals for the 3-1 victory. Adolfo was out in the parking lot before the match to talk to fans and see if they knew anything about the Patriots.
While Adolfo was on vacation he informed T&R that he “read” a lot of books, but the guys find out that he read parts of books.
It’s time again for a new installment of everyone’s favorite game, Ask A Pink Hat! Adolfo was outside Fenway before a Red Sox game to ask some fans simple baseball and Red Sox related questions.
The UFC was back in Boston for a big fight and the launch of the new Fox Sports 1 network. Adolfo was outside the Garden after the big fight to talk to some of the fans about the main event win by Chael Sonnen.
Adolfo mentioned buying a moped in order to help him get to work faster, but he can’t even ride a bicycle! Rich decided to see if his son Hank, who is 5-years-old, can learn to ride a bike faster that Adolfo. Here’s video of Adolfo’s first attempt.