boo bird

boo bird

n. Informal
A spectator at a sports event who boos, especially at a specific competitor.
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The boo birds in Hoos-ville sang in chorus when Watford was intercepted in the end zone by cornerback Dior Mathis, who returned the pick 97 yards.
But Carl's race, his personal life, his family and anything else that is not baseball related, should always be off limits to the Boo Birds.
After the boo birds came out at Staples in Tuesday's season opener, no less than TNT commentator Magic Johnson was saying his situation had to be resolved within the coming week.
I'm sure there will be a few boo birds but I'm going there open minded and just concentrating on the game because it's very important that we win.
He looks to spectators and waves, even shaking hands with some of the boo birds after his matches because he knows the real winners of his bouts are children.
Top of the third, he flat-out dropped Michael Young's soft fly ball in right-center, setting out a little feed for potential boo birds, but they jeered Matthews no more than they'ddone to catcher Mike Napoli after a botched popup earlier.
We're hoping a few disgruntled boo birds will decide not to renew their tickets - especially if they're in the lower half of Section 27.
On Sunday, the boo birds hardly directed themselves at Olowokandi, who only tried six shots.
Olowokandi didn't score any points in the first half, and the boo birds hovered around him.
Those performances, including a loss to the lowly Tampa Bay Devil Rays, can bring out flocks of boo birds to Yankee Stadium.