Found February 25, 2013 on Bush League Chronicle:
PLAYERS: Ryan Roberts
TEAMS: Tampa Bay Rays
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Tampa Bay Rays utility man Ryan Roberts is sporting some pretty slick batting gloves this spring.The 32-year-old flashed his pair of Rays-inspired hitting aides in front of an MLB.com camera on Monday. And judging by the look of them, Roberts will be able to grip just about anything that comes his way this season. Needless to say, even Spiderman is impressed.Via MLB.com
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