It’s time to play… Marlins Celebrity Lookalikes!
Last year, we had some fun pairing your favorite Fish players with their celebrity doppelgangers, which you can see here.
Marcell Ozuna and Kanye West… Mike Redmond and Dr. Cox from “Scrubs”… Jarrod Saltalamacchia and Hyde from “That 70’s Show”… the resemblance is uncanny.
With the 2015 season upon us, we’ve put together a whole new batch of Marlins lookalikes, starting with the obvious:
Christian Yelich = SNL cast member, Pete Davidson
Fair skin, big smile, closely resembling a teenager… they’re basically one in the same.
Tom Koehler = actor, Jeff Daniels
David Phelps = actor Jason Statham
Both Phelps and Statham have mastered the “Blue Steel” look. And check out those matching jawlines…
Andrew McKirahan = legendary Beatle, George Harrison
Are we sure George Harrison isn’t still alive in the form of…
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In 2014 the Miami Marlins flirted with a winning season as they finished with a 77-85 record. They finished well behind the division champion Washington Nationals at 19 games. However they finished just 2 games back of the 2nd place team Atlanta Braves and New York Mets. A busy off season in Miami has Marlins fans thinking 2015 could be a year filled with excitement and competitive baseball.
The first order of business that Miami conducted in the off season was locking up slugger Giancarlo Stanton to a long term deal. The two sides agreed to a massive 13 year deal for $325 million. The deal is back heavy so the Marlins have some flexibility to get better now and pay more of the contract later on. Stanton put together the best season of his career. He hit for a .288 batting average with 37 home runs…
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Join us as we use numbers to answer the questions all baseball fans ponder but don’t know how to solve. Our proprietary formulas let us make sense of the mounds of data out there on the inter-webs so we can tell you how to feel about some of your favourite players in the MLB
This off season Giancarlo Stanton signed the richest contract ever in North American sport. A possible $325 million over the next 13 years of his life. We don’t have to run the numbers on that one to know it’s an ass tonne of money. It has almost unanimously been proclaimed as a great signing for the Marlins club who are looking to compete(ish) this season (just check our predictions of the NL East). But does that mean that it was a good signing over all? We’ll have to ask the numbers about that.
As we’ve previously established
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