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Tom Brady swarmed at Fenway by adoring fans

By Alex Butler
Tom Brady swarmed at Fenway by adoring fans
New England Patriots quarterback and Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady shows his emotions surrounded by media at Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas on February 5, 2017. New England beat Atlanta 34-28 in NFL's first Super Bowl overtime game. Photo by Jon SooHoo/UPI | License Photo

April 3 (UPI) -- New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had plenty of Boston's finest police officers around him when he entered Fenway Park Monday.

But that didn't stop a massive mob of Red Sox fans from trying to get closer to the five-time Super Bowl champion. The two-time NFL MVP made it safely into the stadium, as did owner Robert Kraft.

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Brady wore his recovered Super Bowl 51 jersey to throw the game's first pitch. Before putting it on, he held it up in the air for the fans, only to have it stolen again by tight end Rob Gronkowski. Gronk could have still been feeling like a professional wrestler, after taking part in Sunday's WrestleMania. The All-Pro tight end ran around the infield before being tackled by Brady.

The Red Sox went on to beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-3 Monday, with Rick Porcello earning the opening day victory.

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Not again! #OpeningDay

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