Twitter users try to trick Hunter Pence into thinking he was traded
Fans tried to trick one of their former favorite Phillies, Hunter Pence, into thinking he was traded to Boston.
Hunter Pence quickly became a fan favorite in Philadelphia because of his hard play, general quirkiness, and most famously his slogan, "Let's go eat!" which became jargon for Philadelphians.
Ok, 1130pm we all start tweeting Hunter Pence to congratulate him on the trade to Boston.— FanSince09 (@FanSince09) July 31, 2013
Wait for my signal, then unleash hell.— FanSince09 (@FanSince09) July 31, 2013
.@hunterpence Can't believe you were traded to Boston! Shane and Hunter together again!— FanSince09 (@FanSince09) July 31, 2013
Fans followed @FanSince09's orders and started tweeting about Pence's fake trade.
First Jake Peavy and now @HunterPence? Red Sox arent messing around...— TONY DYNAMIC ? (@tonyisdynamic) July 31, 2013
Hunter Pence eventually noticed and responded.
Pretty good try everyone...kinda cruel, but well played.— Hunter Pence (@hunterpence) July 31, 2013
After the Pence prank, @FanSince09 tried again with Phillies reliever Justin De Fratus which again drew a response.
.@JustinDeFratus Wow. Can't believe you were traded. Good luck in LA! we'll miss you!— FanSince09 (@FanSince09) July 31, 2013
Hahaha I did not get traded. Somebody is messing with you guys...— Justin De Fratus (@JustinDeFratus) July 31, 2013
(Tip of the hat: Sporting News)
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