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Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones gave rookie teammate Kevin Gausman a tasty spring training treat Sunday morning. Here is the scoop.Gausman, a top pitching prospect for the O's, apparently loves powdered doughnuts. In fact, one of his rituals includes eating four of the sugary gems in between each inning he pitches.So, in an effort to feed (no pun intended) Gausman's habit, the veteran Jones generously gave him a whole season's supply. What a great teammate.All in all, Gausman believes he received about 1,500 powdered doughnuts in the deal. If my math serves me correct, that means Gausman is good to pitch over 350 innings this year. Yeah, I think his supply may carry over for the 2014 campaign, too.Via Twitter
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Baltimore Orioles pitcher Kevin Gausman, the fourth overall pick in the 2012 draft, has a bizarre ritual during games - he eats powdered donuts. Specifically, Gausman eats one donut before taking the mound, and four between each inning. Gausman's preferred brand of powdered donut was Hostess, and he was distraught when the company shut down last year.
But when he arrived...
There are few things Orioles fans know of first round pick, top-prospect Kevin Gausman. Most know he’s good. Some know of his pre-game ritual of pounding down powdered donuts.
I think it’s safe to say that center fielder Adam Jones knows both:
EAT UP GAUS #WelcomeToTheGrindRookie instagr.am/p/V1TyCGpnBv/
— Adam Jones (@SimplyAJ10) February 17, 2013
Thanks to @simplyaj10...
Do you remember the story about how upset top Baltimore Orioles prospect Kevin Gausman was when he learned that Hostess was shutting down shop last fall? O’s outfielder Adam Jones was paying very close attention. Just to rehash your memory. . .Gausman eats one powdered mini donut before he takes the mound, then four between each inning he pitches. Realistically, Gausman could eat...
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Orioles prospect Kevin Gausman has an unusual donut-eating routine during his starts and star teammate Adam Jones made sure he has a long-term supply.
Tweet With spring training underway interesting (and usually lighthearted) stories from various team camps have begun to surface, like this assistant trainer of the Cleveland Indians who lost a bet and something else in the process. Then there was Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones having some fun with Kevin Gausman over one of [...]
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