Sep
20

Fan-on-the-Field Photo Caption Contest, Redux

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Ok, folks. Let’s try that again. This time with more answer choices. We screwed up last time. So we’ll do it right this time.

We’re going all-out here. We’ve selected 19 captions for you to vote on and we’ll keep this one open until Sunday night at 11:59 p.m. or until the Yankees move into first place, whichever comes first. As an added incentive, the top three winners who share a valid mailing address with us will all receive the Yankees World Series DVD box set. Again, you can only vote once per IP address per day.

The Fan-on-the-Field Photo Caption Contest
  • In a surprising moment of clarity, an inebriated Townie argues that Damon was, indeed, safe at first.
  • Now playing…ing…ing. In Left Field…field…field. Dipstick Douchebag…Douchebag.
  • “Oh no, grass stains on my new khakis! Mom’s gonna kill me!!”
  • Even being tackled, Sully was still less of a defensive liability than Manny…
  • Just one more unfunny moment in the career of Dane Cook.
  • Jacoby Ellsbury attempts to do anything Johnny Damon can do: even if it means wearing Yankee gear in left field.
  • Cano you di’int
  • “Ruben Rivera’s accomplice gets nabbed at last!”
  • “Dammit! The Red Sox DO NOT SUCK!”
  • Tired of the futility of his efforts, Theo Epstein makes a dash to join the “Evil Empire”, before John Henry tackled him and hauled him back.
  • I don’t have no friggin laptops!
  • “Sorry buddy, but the punishment for wearing a Yankees cap at Fenway is… ATOMIC WEDGIE!!!”
  • Moments later, Flynnie has second thoughts about his impromptu campaign event to become president of Red Sox Nation.
  • New Era’s 2007 ad campaign: “Some people will do anything to get their hands on the new 59Fifty Authentic MLB caps with moisture management technology!!!”
  • “Red Sox fan claims Yankees reporter Kim Jones offered him $50 and oral relief for the hat”
  • The fashion police in effect, no white pants after labor day!
  • I guess this is why Uncle Jason told me to always wear a facemask since you never know when you might be facing a beating.
Total Votes: 250 Started: September 20, 2007 Back to Vote Screen
Categories : Polls

16 Comments»

  1. Marsha says:

    I still like the caption that fits everything: Christ, what an asshole!

  2. Brian says:

    Still, the funniest part about the Dane Cook one is the word “career.”
    heee heee heeeeee

    don’t get me wrong. i’d love to be well paid for no scrutable reason, but

  3. JS says:

    wow…Still no love for the Ed Grimley quote! Where are the 80′s people on here! Damn.

  4. JS says:

    I MUST SAY…I’m hurt.

  5. [...] a reminder: Voting is open in the Fan-on-the-Field Photo Caption contest until Sunday night or until the Yanks move into first place, whichever comes first. So go for vote. [...]

  6. the felonious vocalist says:

    Despite efforts to assume the look of a winner, idiots from Boston are inevitably tracked down and humiliated.

  7. [...] you can still vote in the caption contest. It seems voting has slowed in the past few days. Thankfully, Dane Cook is still in the [...]

  8. Yankee Fan in Chicago says:

    C’mon people, are you really gonna it to that lame Dane Cook reference. Who the fuck is Dane Cook anyway. Just another Masshole Sawx fan’d be my guess.

    Vote friggin l”aptops” people, a contribution that tools on an actual Red Sock, not so douchebag fan of theirs.

    Get it together folks!

    • Mike R. says:

      Do I detect a hint of Smack talking. Your laptop comment was good, I won’t argue that, but it didn’t have mass appeal. If you have to explain a joke it’s not funny. Just like Dane Cook. :)

  9. usty says:

    Sweet I came in third!

  10. [...] the moment you’ve all been waiting for: Time to announce the winners of the fan-on-the-field caption contest. So without further [...]

  11. [...] They don’t allow fans in the outfield seating area during the game so Miranda’s HR ball just sat there for the rest of the game while I tried to find willpower and not run out there like a maniac. There’s a very fine line between trying to be a respectful fan and being this guy [...]

  12. [...] the moment you’ve all been waiting for: Time to announce the winners of the fan-on-the-field caption contest. So without further [...]

  13. [...] They don’t allow fans in the outfield seating area during the game so Miranda’s HR ball just sat there for the rest of the game while I tried to find willpower and not run out there like a maniac. There’s a very fine line between trying to be a respectful fan and being this guy [...]

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