Winter season 2018-19 has been quite spicy so far. The Mariners have done as 35 business, six-hour All-Star Paul Goldschmidt…
Winter season 2018-19 has been quite spicy so far. The Mariners have done as 35 business, six-hour All-Star Paul Goldschmidt took care of St. Louis Patrick Corbin spurned Yankees to write with Nats and we have had our fair share of decently interesting Bryce Harper rumor.
But a thing that has been mysteriously missing from the baseball world is the presence of any significant Manny Machado rumor. There has been a lot of debate about whether his postseason antics and potential contempt for life have restricted his market, but we have not heard anything too hot about the superstar’s future home.
date. Look at what Machado published on his Instagram story last night.
At first glance, it looks like another famous guy throwing his delicious ice cream on the gram, but if you look carefully at the pink letter you’ll see the word “Met.”
The only reasonable explanation for this has nothing with this writing that actually says “Me + You” and screen protected at a very special moment, it is that Machado is about to ink a deal with Mets. If you pause the video on another point, the script says “Me + Yo”, which can only mean Manny will link with Yoenis Cespedes on Mets!
But not everyone is convinced that Manny’s cryptic image signals a move to NYC. In fact, it may be a sign that the former Oriole comes close to completing a contract with the D-slopes.
Another thought sees this glass photo as definitely proof that Machado will make his way to Denver to link with Nolan Arenado and Rockies.
With so little current news bubbling up about Machado, all we know is that his ice cream social Thursday night has to mean something something. What kind of theories do you have about what Machado’s dessert Instagram has to say about its baseball future? Share them with us @ Cut4 and @CespedesBBQ.
Jake Mintz is the right half of Cespedes Family BBQ. Despite a broken UCL in his right elbow, he still finds a way to tweet too much during baseball.