You won't want to go to sleep after hearing these stories from baseball's most haunted hotels
Frightening tales from baseball's most haunted hotels
While being a professional baseball player is pretty sweet, there is one drawback: lots of travel. And the worst parts of all those trips are, obviously, the haunted hotels.
For example: Mickey Bradley and Dan Gordon reported in their book, Haunted Baseball, Travis Hafner's bed shook while staying at the Partridge Inn as a member of the Savannah Sand Gnats. Carlos Pena has said he always had a "tough time" sleeping at Shoney's Inn in Bozier City, Louisiana.
Then there's the Renaissance Vinoy in St. Petersburg, Fla. -- a hotel so spooky, former reliever Scott Williamson related this story:
But the worst of them all has to be the Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee. The hotel, reportedly haunted by its original owner, Charles Pfister, has been compared to Disneyland's Haunted Mansion by Giancarlo Stanton . Even players like Pablo Sandoval, Jason Heyward and Justin Upton have paid their own way to stay somewhere else.
Carlos Gomez has heard voices when he stepped out of the shower. Adrian Beltre's TV and air conditioner kept turning on and off during his stay. Brendan Ryan saw a "moving light" going through the room and Mike Cameron is certainly no fan of the paranormal:
Fortunately, former Ranger Michael Young has a system for dealing with the spirits:
So far though, no reports of any more activity from the Sedgewick Hotel: