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When Philadelphia radio host Howard Eskin referred to Andrew McCutchen as Lawrence McCutcheon by mistake on Twitter in 2020, McCutchen embraced it, and born was his alter-ego, “Uncle Larry”. McCutchen would post several videos featuring “Uncle Larry” on Instagram, and BreakingT ended up making a t-shirt out of the whole snafu. Along with some of his teammates, […]

Francisco “Chico” Herrera was one of the most captivating stories among baseball in 2020 during the Los Angeles Dodgers’ summer training camp. A part of the franchise since 2008, Herrera has been a bat and ball boy and clubhouse attendant. He also received a tryout in 2012 via, at the time, starting […]

The San Diego Padres’ front office made quite a few significant moves leading up to the 2021 season in hopes of building a World Series-winning team for years to come, and acquiring Yu Darvish from the Chicago Cubs was one of them. Along with some of his teammates, such as Eric […]

During game one of their 2020 NLDS, Ronald Acuña Jr. blasted a first-inning leadoff home run off Miami Marlins’ Sandy Alcántara and proceeded to toss his bat. In the third inning, Alcántara plunked Acuña Jr., and Acuña Jr. would take to Instagram after the game to say, “‘I’d like to take this time to […]

Francisco Lindor has been wearing a “LFGM” BreakingT t-shirt in 2021. “LFGM” is a spin that Lindor’s teammate Pete Alonso put on the age-old “LGM” adage back in 2019 to bring a team looking to make a second-half playoff push and its fanbase together. More specifically, Lindor has been turning […]

Recently, Fernando Tatís Jr. was wearing this “One Blood” BreakingT t-shirt in batting practice. The Padres have had a “One Blood” mentality in their clubhouse, most likely reinforcing the importance of a united team in any given championship season. Alongside teammates such as Trent Grisham, Eric Hosmer, and Wil Myers, […]

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