Mets fans are taking a stand against Tom Brady.
The Patriots quarterback and six-time Super Bowl champion has sought to trademark the nickname "Tom Terrific," which has belonged to Hall of Fame pitcher and Mets legend Tom Seaver for six decades.
That is not going to fly in New York.
Mets fans plan to gather at Upper East Side restaurant Sojourn on Tuesday at 5 p.m. for a "Boston T.B." Party, where they will dump jerseys and memorabilia of Brady into garbage bags filled with beans.
Seaver's former Mets teammate, Art Shamsky, will be in attendance at the rally to discuss the legacy of the one and only "Tom Terrific" while fans will hold a press conference demanding Brady apologize to Seaver, his family and Mets fans everywhere.
Sojourn plans to provide free beer and food for any Mets fan in attendance.
Seaver, 74, suffers from dementia and retired from public life earlier this year. The Mets will unveil a plan to build a Seaver statue at Citi Field at the end of the month when they honor the 1969 World Series championship team the weekend of June 28-30.