A Major League Baseball clubhouse is the type of place where shenanigans happen — the type of shenanigans that can only occur when a team of athletes spends just about every day together for eight or nine months. All the wacky stuff that happens in a big-league clubhouse doesn’t make its way out to the public.
But some of it does. And some of it is pretty freakin’ fantastic. Like this:
That’s two Brewers players — Orlando Arcia on the left and Zach Davies on the right — stuffed into one pair of teammate’s Jesus Aguilar’s pants. As Brewers slugger Eric Thames captioned it: “You think Jesus Aguilar has huge legs!?”
Yes, Eric. Yes, we do think that.
Aguilar is 6-foot-3 and 250 pounds. Arcia? Well he’s 6-feet, 172 pounds. Davies is 6-feet, 154 pounds. So this two-kids-dressed-up-as-a-large-adult act actually makes a ton of sense.
Frankly, this act needs to be brought into a game. The Stew now demands that a couple Brewers players come to bat Vincent Adultman-style. We nominate 5-foot-9 infielder Eric Sogard to be involved in this, if they need a third man.
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