The man has thrown a perfect game while hungover, is an analyst for TBS and now he's even a columnist for the New York Post. A columnist that is not shy about sharing his feelings about the fans of Philadelphia, particularly that they're "ruthless and rude."
With the World Series set to take place in the City of Brotherly Love for the next three games, Wells took his fingers to the keyboard to share his thoughts on Philadelphia for all to see. His words were not kind:
Those are just the first six sentences, and it goes on from there. Wells talks about the taunting he and the rest of the TBS crew received while broadcasting at Citizens Bank for the NLCS. He calls Philadelphians angry people, and rates the city as the top of his list for worst sports fans in the country, just ahead of Cleveland and Oakland."All the bad stuff you've heard about Philadelphia, site of the next three World Series games, is absolutely true.
"The people in that town would give The Finger to their own mom. That's how bad that town is.
"It's just incredible how ruthless and rude Philadelphia people are. They love their Phillies, but even Jimmy Rollins had a run-in with the fans earlier in the year and they started booing him. It's crazy."
To his credit, however, he doesn't mention anything about booing Santa Claus.