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Okay, we're a little late to the party on this but considering the Red Sox are pulling into town for a weekend set and bringing the usual remenants of an old Grateful Dead concert with them, we figured it was time.

As much as the RSN can get on your last nerve, the phenomenon has spawned some fairly amusing bits of Internet flotsam and jetsam, including but not limited to a Web site called SexySoxGirls.com.

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As far as I can tell, it has already been featured by the Boston Herald's Web site and Dan Lamothe's Red Sox Monster and has probably been mentioned on a bunch of others.

And while we're at it, here's an amusing bit of fictional (I do believe) dialogue with a "typical" Red Sox fan courtesy of the Hot Dog & Friends Web site (warning, some blue language appears, especially preceding the words "Yankees" and "A-Rod").

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So, if you're headed down to Camden Yards, be braced for the obvious -- the closest thing to a cult known to sports. The good thing for local bars and restaurants is that they bring cash.  And it will be a lot more tolerable if they bring some of the fans from the above-mentioned Web site.  Remember, be strong but non-violent.

Photo: James A. Finley/AP

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