This is the 2020 Boston Red Sox season in a nutshell (Video)

The Boston Red Sox are so bad, they do dumb stuff like this in ball games.

No, the 2020 Boston Red Sox will NOT yield another championship parade in New England.

Boston sports have been disgustingly spoiled since 2000. The New England Patriots have won six Super Bowls, the Red Sox have won four World Series, the Boston Celtics have won an NBA Finals and the Boston Bruins have won one Stanley Cup. Despite being a city of winners, the 2020 Red Sox are the epitome of losers with their sorry display of big league baseball. Just look at this crap.

The Boston Red Sox are so bad they can’t even break the rules correctly.

According to the rules of baseball, if you throw a glove at a batted ball in the air and it makes contact, that’s three bases for the opposition. If you throw a glove at a batted ball in the air or if it is in play, that is two bases. Red Sox outfielder Alex Verdugo couldn’t even make contact with his thrown glove on this foul ball vs. the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards on Friday night.

The Red Sox find themselves in dead last in the AL East at 8-18 entering Friday night’s game. They are worse than the Orioles (12-13), the Kansas City Royals (10-15) and the Detroit Tigers (9-14). Boston is just as bad as the Los Angeles Angels (8-18) and the only team worse than them in the Junior Circuit is the lost-at-sea Seattle Mariners (8-19) and it’s only by half a game. They stink!

What is truly embarrassing about the Red Sox is two years ago they won the World Series. They had a budding superstar in outfielder Mookie Betts and they botched that worse than the Philadelphia 76ers did drafting Markelle Fultz No. 1 overall out of the University of Washington in the 2017 NBA Draft. Betts has recently signed a 13-year contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

When you throw a glove at a baseball, it reminds us of the Bad News Bears before Kelly Leake and Amanda Whurlitzer made them good. Throwing a glove at a baseball is America’s pastime’s equivalent of Jeff Fisher 7-9 B.S. Verdugo should be forced to carry around his glove like a participation trophy/emotional support animal during the Red Sox’s flight out of the Charm City.

When you have as many wins as an 8-year-old has birthdays, you throw gloves at baseballs.