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Logan Morrison has always been one of baseball's funniest characters, especially when it comes to social media.
Ripping off Tebowing, the Marlins outfielder created "LoMoing" and
promoted it on Twitter. He has also tweeted injury updates and fantasy
baseball recommendations to his followers.
So it's no surprise that Morrison brainstormed a unique costume for
Halloween and posted it. He dressed up as Benjamin Franklin –– one of
the founding fathers –– and rocked the bald cap with the wig.
That's Morrison for you.
Chicks dig the Founding Fathers... twitter.com/LoMoMarlins/st…
— Logan Morrison (@LoMoMarlins) October 27, 2012
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