Found May 02, 2013 on Redlegs Review:
PLAYERS: Bret Boone
TEAMS: Cincinnati Reds
Have you ever stopped and wondered what former Reds second basemen Bret Boone is up to nowadays? Well, if you have you are in some serious luck today. The 44-year-old is apparently starring in provocative beef jerky commercials for Brandt. Watch as the three-time All-Star soaks up the spotlight with a pair of dreamy models. Yes, Boone appears to be doing just fine in life after baseball. Boone spent five seasons (1994-1998) with the Reds where he became one of the best second basemen in baseball. He would go on to spend brief stops in Atlanta and San Diego before moving on to Seattle where he won three Gold Gloves, two Silver Sluggers, and finished third in the MVP voting in 2001.
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