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Mike Morse, after being drafted by the Chicago White Sox back in 2000, was part of the trade that sent Freddie Garcia to the Second City and Morse himself out to Seattle. He spent a few years there, and played a few different positions. Unfortunately for him, big boys have a hard time at shortstop, so not only was he moved to the outfield, but eventually to Washington after slumping at the plate.
He has been with the Nats since 2009, and in that time his game has improved right along with the rest of his team. He now plays first base as well as outfield.
[This NC State fan rides on a whole different set of wheels, but equally as spectacular]
In all that time and in all that traveling, Morse must have developed a good taste for slick cars. How else to explain this ballin’ whip?
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Coach Les Miles and the LSU Tigers are honing in on the No. 28-overall recruit for the 2014 class, wide receiver Malachi Dupre.
Take a look at LeBron James’ stats with and without his headband. What do you think, should King James wear it or not for Game 7?