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 >>