Strange style is afoot in the Washington Nationals locker room. It seems the team is either trying to be invisible or about to embark on a mission of poaching.
Post-game on Tuesday night, outfielder/first baseman Michael Morse showed up (or at least his head, I can’t see his body for some reason) to do an on-air interview in an Under Armour Mossy Oak shirt. Strange enough, the night before right fielder Jayson Werth did the same and seemed to be in a rush to get away from the microphones and to his deer stand. Then, of course, who can forget the infamous Ryan Zimmerman standing with Charlie Sheen photo with Zimmerman in a Mossy Oak cut-off sleeve?
Absolutely baffling. I am not one to ever shoot down the powers of the Mossy Oak, but I have to admit it is strange so many in the Nationals locker room are embracing this woody-type of style. It would be one thing if it was only Adam LaRoche, but three other players? Pitcher Jordan Zimmermann is also a confessed deer hunter so you know he has at least a Mossy Oak jock somewhere. Man, what I would give to go to deer camp with the Nats! What a story!
Maybe, finally, we’ll get the Mossy Oak Curly-W hat we have all be craving and dreaming about.
Don’t lie, you know you want it.