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One man's trash is another one's treasure, right? So where would Fernando Tatis' (um) drawings fall?
The former power hitting big leaguer is getting in touch with his artistic side -- and is more than willing to share with all of us. Thanks to the Paint program he just discovered on his computer, we're now graced with these works of art.
First, Tatis gives us a preview to a potential new airline.
Now, we gotta give Tatis credit for this one. He's working on conquering his fears.
skydiving would be scary
-- Fernando Tatís (@FernandoTatis17) May 7, 2013 But if the airline doesn't work out, there's also this gem. But Tatis should remember how risky the restaurant business can be.
Could Tatis be signaling comeback might be in the work? But then the question is in which sport? The old familiar?
Or how about make a run at LeBron and the Heat?
So many questions. Maybe Tatis' next masterpiece will paint a clearer picture.
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Fernando Tatís had stints with five major league teams (Texas Rangers, St. Louis Cardinals, Montreal Expos, Baltimore Orioles and New York Mets during his MLB career that spanned the years 1997-2010. His big league career was highlighted by winning the 2008 Sporting News Comeback Player of the Year Award and for hitting two grand slams [...]The post Former major leaguer Fernando...
Former Major Leaguer Fernando Tatis is quietly one of the best follows on Twitter. While a lot of baseball writers and fans in general – perhaps 2,797 of them – are familiar with his quirky Twitter habits, like his harmless trash-talking at Chan Ho Park that some people took a little too seriously, many people are missing out on Fernando’s new career as an MS Paint artist....
Forget that fancy Adobe Photoshop program, former St. Louis Cardinal Fernando Tatis has found a truly revolutionary way to produce digital art.
The former outfielder, who once hit two grand slams in one inning, recently discovered a program on his computer where he can create one-of-a-kind works of art.
everyone should check to see if they have the program called Paint its what i...