Well, they did it again.
On Wednesday the team tweeted a photo of a billboard promoting the upcoming season.
— Worcester Bravehearts (@WooBaseball) May 15, 2019
The phrasing has led to some hilarious comments and retweets.
RA suggested the team might want a conversation with its marketing team. The team responded.
We fired them.
— Worcester Bravehearts (@WooBaseball) May 17, 2019
Esteemed sports writer and Worcester native Charlie Pierce weighed in, writing, “The gang down in marketing needs a re-boot.”
The gang down in marketing needs a re-boot. https://t.co/987YVrV8Qs
— Charles P. Pierce (@CharlesPPierce) May 16, 2019
And here are some other choice replies:
Oh dear …
— Julie Manganis (@SNJulieManganis) May 15, 2019
What the… pic.twitter.com/hmGBco2BU2
— Rick “National🏆Champion” Fin (@Fin13Dog) May 15, 2019
Maybe you should consider going to the doctor.
— Nicky Missanelli (@thedumbragu) May 16, 2019
“The Clap is Back”? Did you guys think that through? You going to have a “Free STD Testing” night?
— Denny Pratt (@poit77) May 15, 2019
— Kill the Ball Media 🤔 (@Killballmedia) May 15, 2019
just sayin’ https://t.co/YkpZ1XaRj9
— Zachary Comeau (@ZWComeau) May 15, 2019
Maybe you should have reconsidered this tag line. I’ll make sure to wipe down my seat before sitting at the games.
— Tom Kies (@MunkinArts) May 15, 2019
Who in the marketing department OK’d this?
— Brady Barksdale Sr. (@itsmaverick) May 15, 2019
Here are some instant classics in response:
— Paul Plecinoga (@paul_plecinoga) May 15, 2019
Seems like they are itching to let us know.
— Danimal (@Lord_Chewie) May 15, 2019
Stop going with my ex wife to Vegas then!
— Sur la Table (@keithherbstritt) May 15, 2019
Can’t wait to sing for the team on 6/17!
— WorcChildrensChorus (@WorcChildChorus) May 16, 2019
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