So this caught my eye…
Now I believe that the Salt & Pepper tee is not part of the Official MLB Merchiverse. I could be wrong, but that’s what made me think it was interesting. It’s definitely uncommon to see a manager at a presser in a t-shirt.
So I asked…
— metspolice.com (@metspolice) July 10, 2018
And @PhilHecken was kind enough to retweet, and we got this great find from Mike!
Yes, Joe Girardi often did press conf wearing non-profit tshirts and would promote their initiatives. So at least for that, it was fine. pic.twitter.com/PpOxFu3W5E
— Mike Seilback (@Seilback) July 10, 2018
Great job Mike.
So…Salt & Pepper is kind of baseball. Charity, hey who doesn’t like supporting charity. But are there limits? Can Mickey wear a Rolling Stones t-shirt? Are there rules at all? I would think there are.
My tweet even got Keith Olbermann’s attention so I am flattered!
Cause that’s Calloway’a biggest problem rn https://t.co/VHN7T4IqYz
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) July 10, 2018
Yankees fans are now making fun of me for never watching a Yankees press conference.
Anyway, this reminds me of the announced but I believe never deployed Press Conference Cap! Don’t overlook the tear on the brim. What were they thinking? Thank goodness this didn’t take.