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Was That Beer in the Red Sox Visitor’s Clubhouse in Toronto?

Relief Pitcher Beer Hat (Image from StarTribune.com)

I know, we were as guilty as most for beating the “fried chicken and beer” story to death. But, when you ban beer from the clubhouse, you actually ban it from the clubhouse, right?

NESN showed a quick pan of the Red Sox visitor’s clubhouse in Toronto during Monday’s broadcast, and some fine beverages can be seen, including water and Powerade.

But wait…is that…? No, no…it can’t be.

Is that beer on the fourth shelf from the top?

Check out this photo (a screenshot of NESN’s broadcast) that’s spreading fast on Twitter and Facebook:

(Photo from @colinwalsh on Twitter)

I’m not positive, but doesn’t it kind of look like cans of Bud Light? Or Red Bull? Or Lemonade?

What do you think?

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