Web Catch: Red Sox fan can't quite figure out how to put on a poncho


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The struggle was real for one Boston Red Sox fan.

The fan couldn't quite figure out how to put on a poncho during Saturday's game at Fenway Park, and that provided some entertainment for announcers Don Orsillo and Jerry Remy.

“The poncho is not the easiest wardrobe to work with,” Orsillo noted, as the announcers continued to comment on the man's epic struggle through multiple pitches.

Throughout history, the complicated contraptions have proved confusing for baseball fans. There have been several incidents this season: back in June a Nationals fan couldn't quite figure out how to get the poncho on (watch video here), and during a Yankees-Phillies spring training game back in March, a man grappled with the garment (watch that video here).

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