Be jealous of these 6 fly cars that players drove to Spring Training this year
Some people think that Spring Training is a time to scout new talent, warm up those rusty arms/bats and gear up for the long, 162-game season ahead. Well, sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but that is incorrect. Spring Training is actually one giant car show. Here are six of the flyest whips we've encountered this March:
Carlos Gonzalez's black Lambo, er, Batmobile:
Alfredo Simon's chrome Mercedes, which has been known to reflect light into the deepest regions of space:
Alcides Escobar's golden SUV. ESCOBAR SEASON HAS RETURNED!
Now if we can only get our shortstop a Rawlings Gold Glove to put inside his car. pic.twitter.com/XTFScA1nLk— Mike Swanson (@Swanee54) March 3, 2015
Justin Verlander's Ferrari California, just one of many luxury cars in the right-hander's massive collection.
Also, here's Justin Verlander's Ferrari California parked next to a dumpster. There's a joke in there somewhere. pic.twitter.com/mzVljoTHFo— James Schmehl (@jamesschmehl) March 13, 2015
Jose Iglesias' Chevrolet Bel Air convertible, a car that, according to MLB.com's Jason Beck, is 35 years older than he is.
And although we haven't seen any photo evidence, we're really hoping Yoenis Cespedes' Lamborghini is breathing fire somewhere in Florida.
Check out Yoenis Cespedes Avorza Lamborghini Aventador On Tmz Hollywood Sports on Reelz Channel tonight 5pm pacific time/ 8pm eastern time... Tune in or record tonight's episode... I will be on live with all the cast on TMZ talking about this project... #AvorzaMovement Song By; Meek Mill - Dreams and Nightmares
Send us pictures of any other cool player vehicles you've seen in Florida/Arizona -- remember, that's what Spring Training is all about.