US women's hockey captain Duggan pulls a Pineda in game's first pitch
Michael Pineda found himself in a sticky situation when MLB officials found pine tar on the Yankee pitcher's neck, and Olympian Meghan Duggan couldn't resist jokingly rubbing it in when Fenway Park honored New England Olympians at the Red Sox-Yankees game on Thursday.
Duggan and other Olympic honorees at Fenway Park.
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Sochi silver medalist Meghan Duggan made light of Michael Pineda's sticky pine tar situation when Fenway Park honored New England Olympians at the Red Sox-Yankees game on Thursday.
Of course, the Yankee pitcher's blatant show of pine tar on his neck led to the Pineda's subsequent suspension, and Massachusetts native and US women's hockey team captain Duggan couldn't resist rubbing it in before delivering the game's first pitch:
Hockey Olympian Meghan Duggan touches her neck in reference to Michael Pineda before throwing first pitch at NYY-BOS. pic.twitter.com/lWvTHwGLqs