It'll never sell...it's got eyeholes. You can still see the game. Besides, us Brew Crew fans are used to wearing plain ol' paper bags over our heads at Miller Park. Maybe YOU can use one...apparently Commish Selig and Co. have made them available for every MLB team @ shop.mlb.com. Search for "fan face rally cap."
If you dare. Just be lucky I couldn't link the picture...yeesh.
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Maybe this is Selig's Mr. America-esque plan to improve the Brewers. He can force A-Rod, Bonds, Soriano, etc. to suit up for the Brew Crew every once in a while, but they have to wear the masks.
Brewers Announcer #1: And look at that Scott Posednik, who has three home runs today! Scott's been on a real roll since he started wearing that mask to have some fun with the fans.
Brewers Announcers #2: He sure has, Matt. Say, wasn't Scott Posednik a white guy before?
All right, I'm enjoying Rhyno's "man-beast" gimmick: He keeps his hair long, wears full-body wrestling tights with a big "R" on the back and uses the "Rhino Gore" as his finishing move. Can't you imagine him watching the Discovery Channel one day while tossing around possible gimmicks and having one of those "Hey, wait a second!" epiphanies during a rhino segment?
To spruce things up, the WWF should give Undertaker and Kane last names -- like Undertaker and Kane O'Brien, the O'Brien Brothers -- just for comedy's sake. Hopefully the door's still open.
RVD is approaching the always-exciting "The crowd loves him, but he's not getting a major push yet" phase which helps makes wrestling so much fun. It only happens once every few years -- Stone Cold in '96, The Rock in '98, Shawn Michaels in '93 and so on. -- ESPN's Bill Simmons back in 2001
Igawa was advertised as barely a back end of the rotation/middle relief guy, so his struggling shouldn't be shocking. Pitchers with questionable stuff that throw the ball high get demolished in the American League.