Brandon Crawford is getting MVP chants from the Oracle Park fans. You can do your part in willing it into reality with this handsome MVB shirt from Breaking T!
Good Morning, baseball fans!
Recently, the crowds at Oracle Park starting chanting “MVP!” for Brandon Crawford, who is having a career season. And I like the sound of that. If you do too, well, I happen to know a way you could do your part to try and will it into existence.
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Have you or a loved one recently come down with a case of Crawford-itis? Do you find yourself longing for a way to express your undying love for a certain Gold Glove, Silver Slugger, All Star short stop? Have you recently found yourself overjoyed at the prospect of two more seasons with our homegrown infielder and looking for a way to find like-minded people? Are you yearning to tell everyone just who you would be voting for on an MVP ballot if you had one?
If so, I have just the thing for you!
Breaking T has come out with a new shirt design honoring your favorite handsome baseball player from Pleasanton. That’s right, now you can strut around the streets of San Francisco (or wherever you are) proudly displaying your opinion that Brandon Crawford should be this year’s MVP! Designed by Nick Torres, this shirt speaks for itself. But in the case that it doesn’t, it would be a great icebreaker topic to get you started on arguing with friends and strangers alike about the MVP race.
They’ve got men’s, women’s and kids sizes available as well as hoodies for those chilly nights up in view reserve, so get yours today over at Breaking T’s website!
Old, random MCC article for you to read
Bumgarner should be in the Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game should be weird (June 25th, 2018 – Bryan Murphy)
What time do the Giants play today?
The Giants have a day off today, they’ll hit the road (well, the bridge) on Friday to battle the Oakland Athletics for the coveted Bay Bridge Trophy. In the meantime, you can switch back to being a temporary Mets fan and root them on as they play the Dodgers in Los Angeles, starting at 7:10 p.m. PT.