As New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski approaches his seventh NFL season, he continues to appear at just about every major event in the region every summer as well. On both Sunday and Tuesday this week, Gronkowski was spotted at the most famous sporting venue in New England, Fenway Park.
First on Sunday, Gronkowski attended the Paul McCartney concert, and in typical Gronk fashion made his presence fully known by jumping on stage to jam out and dance with The Beatles legend and The Grateful Dead’s Bobby Weir during their singing of “Helter Skelter”.
— Only In Boston (@OnlyInBOS) July 18, 2016
— Rob Gronkowski (@RobGronkowski) July 18, 2016
That wouldn’t be Gronk’s last appearance at Fenway because on Wednesday night he had the honor of throwing out the first pitch to his friend, and beach house roommate David Ortiz before their game against the San Francisco Giants. It was a perfect strike.
Nah. Gronk STRIKE. https://t.co/dbmzniDWSK
— MLB (@MLB) July 19, 2016
Rob Gronkowski threw a strike to David Ortiz pic.twitter.com/0xJSiiLNOi
— Ryan Hannable (@RyanHannable) July 19, 2016
It continues to be Rob’s world, and we’re all just living in it.
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