Two young men made a middle of the night romp into New England's beloved ball park and then had a hard time figuring out the difference between home plate and the pitcher's mound.

Boston cops are hot on the trail of a couple of midnight intruders that somehow were able to sneak into Fenway Park in Boston, the home of the Red Sox.  The video, obviously taken with a cell phone, was proudly displayed on Tik Tok for a short period of time until someone apparently became aware that it had been discovered by authorities.

The video shows the two young men opening a side gate and making their way onto the snow-covered field.  The man holding the cell that's doing the recording says, "“Dude, you can just walk right into Fenway Park. I'm kind of messed up."  He then tells his friend who's further out onto the field, “Dude, this is crazy. We’re on Fenway Park. This is, like, worldwide known for baseball.”

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After both scanning the field and stands with their cells and with their faces exposed except for what is covered by their face masks, one eventually makes his way to the pitcher's mound, where he acts like he's at bat and ready to swing at the ball.  His friend eventually corrects him and sends him towards home plate where a player at bat would normally stand.

A spokesperson for the Red Sox said the break in happened around 1 a.m. on February 7th, and that they, along with the Boston Police Department are investigating exactly how the two men made their way into the iconic ballpark.

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