Ask A Pink Hat
The Sox have wrapped up their season at Fenway already, but while they were in town Adolfo was out talking to fans to get us one last “Ask A Pink Hat.”
It’s time again for a new installment of everyone’s favorite game, Ask A Pink Hat! Adolfo was out around Fenway over the weekend and he ran into a fan who said she’s been a fan since she was eight, so one would think that she follows this team pretty close at this point in her life.
Toucher & Rich were on vacation all last week and returned Monday morning with a brand new edition of Ask A Pink Hat at the All-Star Break.
Adolfo talked to another “Pink Hat” Red Sox fan to see if they could answer some simple questions about the Sox. When asked why she liked Ellsbury she couldn’t come up with a reason, this should give you an idea of how she’ll do once the tough questions start.
The Red Sox were at home this weekend and Toucher & Rich sent Adolfo down to Fenway Park to talk with fans after the game and play ‘Ask A Pink Hat.’ How well do you think they did?
he Boston Red Sox season has started and that means it’s time for another season of Ask A Pink Hat. Adolfo was out at Fenway over the weekend to talk to fans who might not know a lot about the team, but act like huge fans.
The Red Sox kicked off their season today in Detroit and with the return of baseball season comes the return of Drunken Red Sox Recaps and Ask A Pink Hat.
The number 4 moment is from the Bruins Stanley Cup parade that took the players through the streets of Boston on Duck Boats with the Cup and features the first Boston Bruins Ask A Pink Hat.
Adolfo met up with a young lady who was at Fenway for Tim Wakefield’s 200th win. She was able to tell that Fenway is old, but could she tell Adolfo what position Wakefield plays and the milestone that he reached?
It’s time again for another round of Ask A Pink Hat. Adolfo went down to Fenway talk to a fans after the game. Can this fan answer these basic questions about baseball and the Red Sox?