Yoenis Cespedes has another cool spring-training car, driving a tricked out Jeep with baseball glove-inspired seats on Friday.
Yoenis Cespedes has been flossing all over Port St. Lucie, Fla., this week, showing off his collection of exotic cars as he arrives at the Mets spring training facility, and on Friday he came in a tricked out Jeep.
Cespedes’s car customizer Alex Vega told the New York Post on Thursday that the modified car was one of the wildest he has put together in his career, and when the media finally got a look at the truck, it did not disappoint.
Cespedes' car guy, Alex Vega, says Cespedes will be arriving tomorrow in "one of the craziest Jeeps I have ever built."— Mike Puma (@NYPost_Mets) February 25, 2016
The outfielder apparently saved the best for last with his automotive anthology, with Vega already talking up Saturday’s ride.
Tomorrow will be the last Cespedes car. Says Cespedes' car guy, Alex Vega: "Trust me, you don't even understand tomorrow."— Mike Puma (@NYPost_Mets) February 26, 2016
People have expressed some concern about the rate Cespedes is spend his money, but you will have to buy a lot of cars to burn through his reported contract of $75 million over three years.
– Brendan Maloy