Boston Red Sox Catcher Sandy Leon HONORS Son with Nickname “NOAH” for Players Weekend
Is this another CONSPIRACY to drive a Washington Heights resident and Yankees fan INSANE or just an amazing COINCIDENCE from the Universe?
Felix Pantaleon, Jr. RAGES at the interesting connections between rival New York sports team Boston Red Sox and Sandy Hook Elementary shooting.
Players Weekend is an annual Major League Baseball event in which players on all 30 MLB teams wear colorful baseball uniforms based on youth sports designs. The sports figures also sport nicknames on the back of their jerseys for one weekend during regular season games. Sandy Leon of the Boston Red Sox rocks number 3 on his back, but that’s not all.
Sandy Leon honors son with “NOAH” on the back of his jersey
Sandy Leon is a good Christian. The Boston Red Sox catcher chose a Biblical name for his first born child, Noah to wear on his back for the Players Weekend in 2017 and 2018. The weekend-long even began in 2017 when CC Sabathia of the New York Yankees, Bo Schultz of the Toronto Blue Jays, and Josh Thole of the Arizona Diamondbacks got together with representatives from the MLBPA and MLB to develop the concept. The event was designed to give players the opportunity to express their personal style. The introduction of colorful uniforms and nicknames also reached out to the youth demographic of players and fans of Major League Baseball.
Sandy Leon did not have a nickname, so he chose to honor his son, Noah Leon.
“It makes me proud to be able to put my son’s name on my jersey. That makes me feel good. My wife and I made that decision together. I don’t have a nickname so I figured my son’s name is perfect.” – Sandy Leon (Boston Red Sox Catcher)
Game-worn, Players Weekend jerseys are auctioned at MLB.com/auctions with 100% of net proceeds donated to the MLB-MLBPA Youth Development Foundation. This has been a joint effort established in July 2015 by MLB and the MLBPA with an initial commitment of $30 million focused on improving the caliber, effectiveness and availability of amateur baseball and softball programs across the U.S. and Canada.
What’s in a name?
“Sandy” is the first name of Boston’s newest catcher Sandy Leon who wears #3 – half the numbers former Red Sox Captain Jason Varitek (33) wore behind the plate. Ask any conspiracy theorist Hoaxer what “Sandy” means to them and they will tell you without blinking, “Anything with the word ‘Sandy’ in it is a hoax!”
No wonder why internet Hoaxer and online stalker Felix Pantaleon, Jr. gets angry with the Boston Red Sox. He cannot stand watching baseball games where announcers are constantly saying “Sandy” and “Leon” – as Leon is part of Pantaleon’s last name. One would think these two little things would drive a paranoid schizophrenic person mad. And if that’s not enough, Felix Pantaleon, Jr. must flip out during Players Weekend when he sees a Red Sox game and there’s Leon, sporting Noah on his back.
As many people know, Pantaleon, Jr. has targeted and harassed a man who lost his only son Noah during the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting tragedy.
Another fan favorite from the Boston Red Sox baseball team is left fielder Andrew Benintendi, aka Benny.
Felix Pantaleon, Jr. was asked by law enforcement to knock off the harassment of a Sandy Hook victim’s parent. To get around this request, Pantaleon, Jr. began to refer to the father of Noah Pozner as “Benny” and what a coincidence! Way out of left field comes Benintendi… a young stud outfielder who guards the Green Monster at Fenway Park.
It’s very possible Felix Pantaleon, Jr. is picking some of these names up in a subliminal sense. It’s also very possible something Spiritual is happening. You can bet your bottom dollar that Pantaleon, Jr. has researched the friends and families of Sandy Leon and Andrew Benintendi to see if his mind is playing tricks on him.
Everyone realizes Felix Pantaleon, Jr. is a Hoaxer… well, everyone knows this fact except for Pantaleon, Jr. himself. Junior sees himself as an Anonymous crusader of truth, but in reality, he is just a bully who makes videos and websites about how people fake their deaths. Pantaleon, Jr. attempts to deflect his trolling by calling others trolls.
Pure projection from one of the biggest online trolls.
And this is why Felix Pantaleon, Jr. hates Sandy Leon, Andrew Benintendi, the Boston Red Sox, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New England, Sandy Hook families, Major League Baseball and most of all… this is why Felix Pantaleon, Jr. hates himself.