The founder and CEO of Dodgers fan group Pantone 294, Alexander Soto, purchased billboard space next to Fenway Park to rub the Mookie Betts trade in Red Sox fans’ faces.
.@alexuur's favorite memory was @mookiebetts' home run in the 2020 World Series and in return, he wanted to show some love to Boston. #ThankYouBoston— Pantone 294 (@Pantone294) March 22, 2021
This billboard can be found at 60–62 Brookline Ave Boston, MA 02215 RIGHT NEXT to Fenway Park. pic.twitter.com/WQSygsAxbn
Manager Dave Roberts, when asked how he felt about Dodgers fans trolling Boston, played coy.
“I think it was a really nice gesture by them to show their gratitude,” Roberts said with a smile Monday.
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