As sad and concerned as most Yankees fans might be this morning, last night’s game wasn’t without it’s share of laughs in restrospect.
Nutjob Grim LaRogue, who lists his job on Facebook as “prophet” and claims to have majored in alcohol, mixtapes and wandering evolution from the “University of Thrown Out of Home,” stormed the field at Yankee Stadium last night to fight for his imaginary girlfriend.
An unhinged fan with a crush on Cameron Diaz ran onto the Yankee Stadium field during Monday night’s game to confront A-Rod about his love for the stunning starlet, sources said.
But Grim LeRogue, 33, was tackled by Stadium security as he attempted to rush the third baseman in the top of the fifth inning in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series, cops said.
At this point you might be asking why we’re calling him crazy. This could’ve just been driven by bonehead friends and alcohol, right? Keep reading.
Tucked in LeRogue’s pocket, police found a picture of Alex Rodriguez with his face crossed out and a drawing of a small gun pointed at his head, a source said. Etched on the photo were the words, “You gotta go, buddy.”
“He was absolutely out of his f—–g mind,” said the source, adding that LeRogue was rambling the entire time he was in custody.
Are you hearing the Cuckoo clocks now? Not yet?
The crazed Bronx man, who did not have a weapon, also told police that he wanted to kill Bobby Brown, because Osama Bin Laden has a crush on the Grammy winner’s wife, Whitney Houston, the source said.
But he opted to act first on his chance at love with the 38-year-old “What Happens in Vegas” star.
“He gave a rambling interview that he had an infatuation with Cameron Diaz,” the source said. “He thought by going out and choking A-Rod he’d be a hero to her.” LeRogue also told investigators he legally changed his name from John Rogan as a strategy to sell a 700-page book he’s trying to market, sources said.
“I think it’s publicity for his book,” said his mother, Catherine Rogan. “I’m sure he’s fine,” she said of his condition.
We don’t know lady: this doesn’t make us want to buy a book. Or anything else your son has to sell.