Big strong baseball man Rhys Hoskins couldn't get the donut off his bat, so a Phillies batboy did it for him
Rhys Hoskins is strong. He had 19 home runs in his first 193 at-bats entering Sunday's game against the Marlins. He's hitting a National League-leading .440 this young season, including a dinger in his second game of the year:
But before the Phillies' 6-3 loss to the Marlins, Hoskins may have found his kryptonite: Donuts. No, not these donuts, but bat donuts. The outfielder just could not get the weight off his lumber before his at-bat in the bottom of the fifth inning. Luckily, a batboy -- perhaps the strongest batboy in all of baseball -- lent a helping bicep:
Just more proof there's a reason we call batboys batboys.