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Michael Cuddyer has been tearing it up on the diamond this season for the Rockies, hitting .328 and knocking in 66 RBI, but swinging a big stick isn’t the only trick the All-Star has up his sleeve.
Cuddyer traded in his ball cap for a top hat, and took on a Magic Mike persona – not that Magic Mike — when the Rockies were in New York taking on the Mets during the first week of August.
Performing card tricks is one of the designated hitter’s favorite hobbies off the field, and he took to the streets of New York to show off his talent.
Check out Cuddyer wowing New Yorkers in the video below.
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Colorado Rockies outfielder Michael Cuddyer visited the MLB Fan Cave recently and discussed his skills as a magician. As he walked around the streets of New York City, Cuddyer proved himself to be pretty skilled with card tricks.
Video via MLB Fan Cave.
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