Standout costumes from Mariners rookie hazing
It’s tough to say who got it worst during the rookie dress-up day with the Mariners.
Mariners manager Scott Servais has said he wants his players to stay loose during the run toward the playoffs, and the annual hazing of the first-year players had many standouts.
Let’s highlight a few of the finest costumes.
Dan Vogelbach: The left-handed hitting first baseman was dressed up as Chris Farley in his famous Chippendales skit on Saturday Night Live. Who do you think would have better dance moves?
Dae-ho Lee: The first baseman seems fairly happy to be dressed up as the Kool-Aid Man. Could Lee break through a wall as well as his predecessor?
Edwin Diaz: Apparently that’s Mariners pitcher Edwin Diaz in the Gumby outfit. But where is Pokey?