David Price’s wife Tiffany Price is the mother of two barking boys. And, she is now expecting her first hopefully non-barking kid with David in 2017. David and Tiffany married in November, 2016.
She classifies herself as “big city smart and small-town friendly” in her Twitter profile. And I’m sure David Price’s wife has a heart of gold. But she did poison the well a little back when she called Boston Red Sox fans “POS”. That is certainly bad for business. But in her defense who knew that the then Tampa Bay ace would sign her a few years later. Hey, it’s only social media. I guess everybody, including me, shouldn’t take it so seriously, right?
@MsKansasState: Convinced that there must be a written rule that in order to be a Red Sox fan, you have to be a complete and utter POS. Wow!. – 5:55PM, October 4. 2013
OK so we’ve all been there: frustrated and want to declare everyone something (like POS). And while it’s a bit of a broad brush to assign every Sox fan on earth the POS tag, we’ve heard it before. That said, it’s probably pretty easy to assign a title to a group if faced with harassing comments, ridicule, or even the occasional thrown beer.
In my personal experience, I’ve been to 12 MLB stadiums, and without hesitation the worst treatment I ever got was in Tampa Bay. So what’s my point here? The truth is, everyone sucks. Every sports fan in every city is an awful form of human being. People suck. Sports fans in general drink too much, are rude to women and children, and most of the time, have no idea what they’re talking about. While the POS tag was probably absolutely fair in her experience…. everyone is a POS.
David Price’s wife certainly loves their very famous dog, Astro. She’s quick to retweet the many times MLB accounts like to share all of Astro’s awesomeness with the world. Tiffany informs us that “Astro is just like his daddy- farting in the car with the windows up.” And now you know, folks