The White Sox turned Fenway's bullpen roof into an art gallery for their latex glove balloons
The next time you're throwing a children's birthday party, don't bother hiring some terrifying clown or a guy in a Spider-Man costume: Just hire the Chicago White Sox relievers. Though the team lost to the Red Sox, 4-1, on Saturday night, the bullpen showed off their artistic abilities. Even better: This art is something viewers can replicate at home!
All it takes are some latex gloves, a healthy supply of oxygen, the willingness to lovingly draw some faces and 30,000 people in the stands to appreciate your artwork.
Honestly, who needs the Louvre when you've got this?
Bradley's homer sailed over the White Sox bullpen, which keeps adding latex gloves balloons. pic.twitter.com/ZQyz6Uj0DI- Phenomenal Source (@SouthSideSox) August 5, 2017