SIMONETTI Attempts to Brush Off 99 Pic as FAKE and is DESTROYED by Grand Slam
New York Yankees Fans Go Wild on Twitter and TODAY We Learn the Truth from JUDGE HIMSELF
Once again, Simonetti Source TWEETS to his Followers on Twitter BEFORE FACT CHECKING and Gets OWNED!
Is Simonetti Source the “source” of everyone’s entertainment lately? Is Peter Anthony Simonetti the butt of all jokes these days? It would certainly seem like this is the case. After an entire year of Boston Red Sox fans trolling New York Yankee fans with a picture of Aaron Judge… sporting a Red Sox T-shirt, number 99 finally rises up and explains.
Yankees fan Simonetti never could get a clue
For a little more than one full year, Yankees fans were trolled with a pic they believed to be fake. Nothing fake or fake news about it. The Cape Cod Times first reported in article from July 10th, 2017 how proud locals and Cape Cod Baseball League were of the athlete. The popular Cape Cod newspaper featured a story about Aaron Judge and his CCBL connection, playing for the Brewster Whitecaps, now playing ball for historic rival team New York Yankees.
Cape Cod Baseball League has developed some of the best players in Major League Baseball today, founded in part by the MLB. And the fact Peter Anthony Simonetti could not put two and two together to figure it “out” is hysterical. This only goes to show how Simonetti sources are mostly limited to ESPN, a few New York newspapers, radio stations and the MLB Network… not to mention just some wild theories, where Simonetti comes off as a piss-poor psychic.
#RedSox fans wish this was reality!” – @SimonettiSource (via Twitter)
Simonetti was totally trying to figure out if the photograph was indeed authentic and assumed it to be false. Of course the pic was real! The funny part is, Aaron Judge waited over a full year to announce his participation in Cape Cod Baseball League.
Let the TROLL GAMES begin – but 1st… #wait4it
It was almost as if the Baseball Gods had also waited until the exact moment Simonetti tweeted from the @SimonettiSource Twitter handle. Did he forget there was this thing on the computer called “Google” at his fingertips? Simonetti proved to be a quick acting fool when he tweeted about the sudden barrage of Aaron Judge in Red Sox gear pics popping up in the Twitter-verse.
Is this real life?
Most people from Massachusetts knew what was up with the famous pic. Pretty much everyone from Cape Cod was aware. Mouths that can scream “YANKEES SUCK” like the best of ’em were silent about the former Brewster Whitecap. By the time Peter Anthony Simonetti went to Twitter with his thoughts on the subject, the story had already been broken, like 99’s wrist.
Does anyone else find it funny? Simonetti Source had always been quiet on this photo with Aaron Judge. Number 99 wearing the Boston Red Sox T-shirt? It must have driven the idiot mad. Then… today, Simonetti Source chimed in on Twitter with his thoughts of either Photoshop trickery, “fake news” or a trolling tool.
Wait a minute? #RedSox fans wish this was a reality? No, Red Sox fans #KNOWIT was a reality. The fact is, this was a reality Simonetti wasn’t aware of. And Judge “playing” for Boston with a bone chip in his wrist won’t do Red Sox Nation any favors this year. Judge couldn’t help the Red Sox, not one bit, especially during their dream season.
Only 3 minutes after @SimonettiSource tweeted his deal with the hashtags and #StopIt crap he does (#StopIt is used for anti-bullying) and the crying till he laughs emoji… uploading a high-resolution picture of Judge in the T-shirt… all that…
Only 3 minutes later, it was a beautiful thing to see:
His name rhymes with “Coke”
Bryan Hoch is no slouch when it comes to covering Yankees baseball. Hoch has been doing it since ’07, is the author of the book, “The Baby Bombers” and is a verified Twitter user with over 75K Twitter followers. And there Bryan Hoch was… all over @SimonettiSource and that tweet, just waiting to pounce.
Keep in mind, Bryan Hoch had to get an alert Peter Anthony Simonetti tweeted. Hoch had to read the tweet. Then Hoch had to type thirty-nine words, no typos, tag “@SimonettiSource” and send the tweet… in three minutes time. Three minutes from the time Simonetti sent out his tweet at 9:50am. We are talking, EPIC trolling!
“I’ve read tweets of
#Yankees fans who are upset about this, lol really? I feel its a great trolling tool.” – Peter Anthony Simonetti
Is Peter Anthony Simonetti being TROLLED by the New York Yankees???
Yep. Trolled and Judge’d cuz he sucks.