Last year, my buddy and I went to a Reds game towards the beginning of the season. Were bought bleacher seats but ended up sitting 12 rows from the field behind 1st Base because there was a rain delay. The Reds were up by a few runs and the pitcher was really struggling. A drunk guy in front of us started yelling things like "you suck" and got a little out of hand. An usher came down and told him he had to stop yelling negative comments toward the players. Probably because he was hurting the pitchers feelings, or at least thats my opinion. The guy sat there quietly for a second, and then yelled out, "Yeah, thats it, I like the way you throw your balls pitcher." He let out a few more, but that was by far the best one. The pitcher immediately gave up a homer and was taken out of the game, aparently because it was to late for the sweet talk, and his feelings were already hurt.
(I made this next part up because it sounds better than "I can't really remember the rest of the game") Then the usher made the guy walk down to the wall and tell the pitcher he was sorry. Unpleased with the way he said "I'm sorry" while looking at his feet, the usher then said, "now this time, look at him and tell him your sorry like you mean it." After another weak "I'm sorry" the man was allowed to go back to his seat, but under the understanding that the usher was very dissapointed in him, that the man "knew better," and that if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. No word on what his father had to say when the man took the note home written by the usher, or on the supposed soap in mouth punishment.