How would you rate the hospitality offered to fans of the opposing team?
What is the worst incident you have witnessed against an opposing fan or yourself at the ballpark?
"Things got calm about 10 years ago when they started enforcing rules. Since then, a drunk fell on a buddy of mine who just had a heart replacement, and a guy behind us repeatedly hit my brother, a Colts fan, with his cane. It was all in good fun."
"An intoxicated man jumped from five rows above us and landed on my wife."
"I saw a female Miami fan beaten because she was wearing a Miami jacket. She was hospitalized and they never caught the assailants."
"As a 12-year-old, I attended the final game of the '85 regular season. The Pats beat Cincinnati to clinch a playoff spot and the fans went nuts. The goalpost was ripped down and carried down Route 1 where the post hit a power line and the fans were [nearly] electrocuted. It was scary, but it seems pretty funny now. I don't miss Schaffer/Sullivan/Foxboro Stadium one bit. Thank god for Bob Kraft."
What is your favorite memory from a game at the stadium?
"Miami Dolphins versus New England Patriots in a 2003 winter game. Snow covered the stadium -- we had to dig our seats out with shovels. The crowd was throwing snow in the air to the beat of Jock Jams. It was an awesome experience."
"Beating Peyton Manning and the Colts for the 2003 AFC championship. Gillette was going bonkers! The week prior, the Colts had scored on every possession against the Chiefs. All the pundits were picking the Colts."
"Opening night against Pittsburgh in 2002. Former President Bush flipped the coin and the Super Bowl banner was unveiled. My dad has been a ticket holder since the mid-'60s and as we walked to our seats in Section 138, I think I saw tears in his eyes. Boston sports fans have had the worst stadiums. We couldn't believe that we really had a state of the art facility to watch the Pats."