The Pawtucket Red Sox are paying tribute to Tom Brady with a 'Free Brady Friday.'
Have you ever wanted to attend a minor league baseball game for free?
Now you can! And all you have to do is change your name! (Most likely.)
The Pawtucket Red Sox, the Triple A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, are hosting a 'Free Brady Friday' on June 10. Anyone with the name Tom or Brady, whether it’s their first or last name, will get into the park for free. The promotion is a show of support for Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who may or may not have cheated during some football games.
In addition to the free admission for some, the team is also selling box seats for $12 in honor of Brady’s uniform number. (The tickets are normally priced at $13, probably not in honor of Dan Marino.) The team is also giving a quarter for every box seat sold to Best Buddies, a charity supported by Brady, reports CSN New England.
Sounds like a great night at a stadium filled with people named Tom or Brady.