Re: Lets have your best reasons why Alfredo Aceves is now the most interesting man in the world......
posted at 6/5/2013 1:35 PM EDT
In response to JayLenoTonight's comment:
In response to TrotNixonDirtDog's comment:
In response to TheExaminer's comment:
International man of mystery, a riddle wrapped in a enigma; with wisdom too high and knowldege too deep for all of us. Women love him, men want to go to the plate against him--here are some small reasons from last night why he is now the most interesting man in the world. They're not bad, but I think we can find better.
When he gets sent down to AAA, the AAA team gets Big League pay just because he's there.
When a batter reaches base against him, he doesnt really reach base.
Relief pitchers come into the game after him because THEY need the work.
When he leaves Pawtucket, the entire city's IQ drops. (mryazz says)
Here is another most interesting man in the world article about another athlete similar to yours;
Is this where you got your idea?
Published: April 3, 2012 Updated: April 8, 2012 11:37 a.m.
C.J. Wilson: Most interesting man in baseball? By MARCIA C. SMITH
THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
He discusses the sophisticated workings of a camera with photography-enthusiast and Angels All-Star Howie Kendrick.
He advises Angels pitcher Trevor Bell on the benefits of a gluten-free diet, the straight-edger's lifestyle without drinking or tobacco, the merits of the last Radiohead concert and the buyer's guide for DJ turntables.
He practices Taoism, embraces Eastern philosophy and can cite Buddhist aphorisms.
He can curate a post-modern art exhibit. He can recite poetry in Spanish, Japanese, Italian and Portuguese.
He compliments a Japanese reporter --"Hey, cool shoes, racing shoes," he said – because he races cars in the Formula Atlantic series and owns his own racing team that competes in the Grand-Am Sports Car Challenge and the Mazda MX-5 Cup Series.
He drives a Range Rover and can land a 737 on a Southwest Airlines simulator.
He is a relentless on social media and can Tweet the private cellphone number of former Angels-turned-Texas Rangers catcher Mike Napoli.
He can beat a teenager at "Guitar Hero" and play an actual acoustic guitar. He has been inspired by a 10-year-old Micah Champagne, who can solve a Rubik's Cube in 1 minute, 9 seconds.
He goes on safari in South Africa and hosted baseball clinics in Cape Town this past January for grassroots and elite players.
He has started a children's charity that helps youngsters with hemophilia get through their hospital stays with a Santa Claus-load of video games, consoles and iPads. He will have a bowling tournament benefit at 300 in Anaheim on July 26.
He is ... Christopher John (C.J.) Wilson, the Angels' left-handed starting pitcher with bed-head-hair, with his back turned to the rest of the clubhouse at Tempe Diablo Stadium, his body facing his locker and his thumbs furiously tapping text into the smartphone that appears welded to his palms.
Or, as Angels manager Mike Scioscia likes to say, borrowing a line from the Dos Equis ad campaign, "He is the most interesting man in the world."
I don't always watch tv, but when I do, I watch all the seasons in one night
Still talking to yourself I see, Pike