Red Sox Fans Show Off Creativity, Cleverness, Silliness in Signs Brought to Ballpark as Part of ‘Signs of Fenway’ (Photos)

Red Sox Fans Show Off Creativity, Cleverness, Silliness in Signs Brought to Ballpark as Part of 'Signs of Fenway' (Photos) Red Sox fans are are passionate — and sometimes a little bit crazy. But that's what separates them from the pack and makes them the best fans in the world.

Rarely do Sox fans need a reason to show off their love for their ballclub, but Sunday's 'Signs of Fenway' contest elevated a Fenway tradition to a whole new level.

Signs are commonly seen throughout Fenway, and they very often vary in terms of content. There's the "K" signs that fans hold up to indicate a Boston pitcher has recorded a strikeout, there's signs that proudly display someone's first game and, of course, there's usually a good amount of signs that relay messages to family members, friends and even NESN's Don Orsillo and Jerry Remy.

Sunday, however, represented a day that will go down in sign-holding lore.

As usual, Don and Jerry were the subjects of plenty of the innovative signs around Fenway on Sunday, which made for a good time for all those involved. But there were also some that touched on a variety of other subjects.

Click here to see some of the most clever, silly and downright crazy signs seen around Fenway Park during Sunday's 'Signs of Fenway' contest >>

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