Yankees

A couple of weeks after third baseman Chase Headley acted out a role as an overly-committed pick-up basketball player, starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi went undercover as a Yankees beat writer in a new short.

By Extra Mustard
April 26, 2016

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The Yankees are full of halfway-decent actors, who knew?

A couple of weeks after third baseman Chase Headley acted out a role as an overly-committed pick-up basketball player, starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi pretended to go undercover as a Yankees beat writer in a new short.

Eovaldi confronts his manager and pitching coach before he is finally exposed by catcher Brian McCann.

Chin up, Nate Dogg. You’ll get that complete game in time.

– Kenny Ducey

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