Chrissy Teigen had some thoughts about the Mets' Spring Training motivational poster
Everyone knows that baseball is more than just a physical game. Sometimes players require a different kind of boost beyond their countless hours of strength training, bullpens and batting practice sessions -- a way to inspire confidence beyond the technical aspects.
The Mets have seemingly taken a step towards providing this kind of encouragement by way of a new acronym-based motivational poster in the Spring Training clubhouse in Port St. Lucie:
Mets have these in clubhouse now pic.twitter.com/UPUKptw4fu— Matt Ehalt (@MattEhalt) February 15, 2019
Indeed, these are all fairly standard messages often used by a team to help keep its players focused. But as a fan pointed out, the poster did invoke the image of Creed from The Office:
Chrissy Teigen, everyone's favorite Twitterer, was just barely too late to the same joke:
Came here to post this :( ‘twas beat— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) February 15, 2019
As for why Teigen even saw the Mets poster in the first place, people were immediately curious. Teigen didn't mince words:
I told you. I see everything. I’m not kidding. https://t.co/cKPbZljbzn— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) February 15, 2019
Take note, Major League teams: Any future motivation posters could be subject to Teigen's approval.