Found September 19, 2013 on The Nosebleeds:

With some MLB teams making their final road trips of the season, rookie hazing season is upon us. The Minnesota Twins used the opportunity to dress pitcher Cole De Vries up as a slutty school girl – complete with a wig, tied tank top, plaid skirt, and fishnet stockings. Talk about no mercy. De Vries was a pretty good sport about the whole thing, uploading the below picture to his Instagram with the caption “That’s right dominated rookie dress up today!!” Dominated is one way to put it, I guess. No word on whether or not Cole will audition to be a backup dancer for Britney Spears this offseason. The post The Minnesota Twins rookie hazing got real weird appeared first on The Nosebleeds.

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