Found July 22, 2013 on The Last Angry Fan:
While the Minnesota Twins may be mired in yet another losing season, at least they can take pride in the fact that they may have the most talented group of young men in the league. Of course I’m referring to the team’s talented ballboys and batboys, and not the Minnesota ballplayers who have led the Twins to a middling 41-54 record. Remember the ballboy who made a stellar leaping catch of a foul ball back in June? Well now we have a GIF of a Twins batboy who, while not making a grandiose play like his ballboy counterpart, can spin a batting helmet on his finger like nobody’s business… That kid has more talent in his middle finger than the Houston Astros have on their entire payroll. [@cjzero] The post Watching this Twins batboy spin a batting helmet on his finger is mesmerizing (GIF) appeared first on Last Angry Fan.
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