#1 The Loyal Fan
Description: His loyalty to his favorite team is unmatched. In fact, he's willing to pay 75 bucks for a fantasy baseball league, and guarantee that he loses it, just so he can have as many of his favorite players as possible. While you're spending your 10th round pick on a team's No. 2 starter or starting second baseman, he's already taking his team's utility infielder, because one time he "saw him at a charity golf event" and he was "really nice."
Team name: The Milwaukee Brewers.
#2 The Guy Who Plays for the First Four Months, Then Stops
Description: This guy was the most excited to play this season. He'd call you during the winter meetings, discuss potential sleepers, and was the first to arrive for the draft. H'es one of the most active guys on the waiver wire and trading block for the first few months, but then, after his ace is placed on the DL or "work picks up" (lie), he just up and goes AWOL. He doesn't return your trade offers, and drifts slowly back in the standings. When you see him after the season and ask what happened, he'll say something like "Oh sorry for having a life." He is a jerk, but you need a 12th, so he'll be back next season.
Team name: A funny joke that was only relevant in April and got progressively lamer during the season.
The balls don't get congratulated enough in baseball.
Her husband would deserve that if he played for the Cubs.
Opinion Because It's the Cup ... Etc.
Picture Chicago Loves Its Black Cocks
It is the Astros GIF that defined a generation.
Before the baseball season started, Ford said the Blue Jays would be "good." As of his crack video, they are 17-24 and in last place.
You should see how excited he gets when he hits one over the fence.
Few of us ever play professional sports. A few more play in college. But most everyone played sports as a kid. And if it was Little League or biddy soccer, every team had the same seven kids.
#1 The Coach's Son
He might not be the most athletic kid on the team, or have the best stats (or any stats for that matter). But he makes up for it with smarts, hustle and determination. This, according to coach, is why he is the team's MVP this year. Now everyone give him a round of applause as he accepts his plaque.
Typical Position: Point guard, quarterback and shortstop. Whichever position is the most important for that sport, that's where he is, because this team cannot afford to have him playing anywhere else.
Where He Is Now: The heir to his dad's construction company, he's going to run it into bankruptcy within four months of taking over, yet still win Employee of the Month every time.