Sean Spicer hung out at Fenway Park during Saturday’s game

Outgoing White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer smiles as he walks to the West Wing of the White House in Washington, DC, on July 21, 2017.  
Spicer abruptly resigned on Friday after a tumultuous six months in the spotlight. / AFP PHOTO / JIM WATSONJIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images
Outgoing White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer smiles while walking last month at the White House –Jim Watson / AFP

The major news networks apparently aren’t the only the places Sean Spicer is stopping by these days.

The former White House press secretary and “Wicked @RedSox/@Patriots fan” was spotted around Fenway Park during Saturday’s game against the White Sox.

In an Instagram post, photographer Dan Brown said he doesn’t usually “jump in front of the lens,” but he made an exception due to Spicer’s presence on the field.

“While I’m sure our political views could not be more the opposite, it was cool to meet the man him briefly,” Brown wrote. “If I could’ve bought him a beer – he probably had the toughest job in #DC. Couldn’t have been nicer and obliged my request for a photo.”


Spicer also posed for a photo with fans by the Fisk Foul Pole atop the Green Monster.

The Rhode Island native has never been shy about his New England sports fandom, at times peppering his White House press briefings with mentions of the Patriots. Rob Gronkowski even made a cameo at a press briefing during the Super Bowl-winning team’s White House visit in April.

Spicer cheers the Red Sox and Patriots on his personal Twitter account, including this past Thursday, when he wished Tom Brady a happy birthday.