Since the winter can be an especially tough time to drum up #hot #relatable #content, I decided to try something different. I asked every Twins player I could find in the dugout over the season’s final weekend the following question:
“What would you be doing for work if you weren’t a professional baseball player?”
So for each player, I’ll ask Twitter what they think, and every good-faith answer will be used.
Sound good? Good.
The player: Jose Berrios
HS physical education teacher pic.twitter.com/Abo3Ot5pK2
— Nicholas Moen (@nicholas_moen) December 12, 2018
Motivational speaker/hype man
— Kyle Bandujo (@kylebandujo) December 12, 2018
— Andy Pants (@pants_andy) December 12, 2018
What do you call a trucker that doesn't drive a truck, but just hauls semi-loads worth of stuff everywhere using their legs?
— Ben (@ThatRangerDude) December 12, 2018
— Josh Krueger (@87Twins91) December 12, 2018
— Guy Cierzan (@GuyCierzan) December 12, 2018
Whatever it would be, he’d be 100% committed to being the best at it. He’s got a work ethic and drive like few others.
— Tyler Trimble (@TrimbleTJ) December 12, 2018
— Watson's Roommate (@robtodd22) December 12, 2018
Body Builder, 100%
— Some Random Dude (@JustACityBoy23) December 12, 2018
Lucha Libre wrestler
— Pat Stone (@pstone1134) December 12, 2018
Probably a machinist.
— A. William Allgood (@itsallgood013) December 12, 2018
Barber. He seems like the kind of guy who makes for a good neighborhood barber
— AdamWest (@aweste1) December 12, 2018
Personal trainer or body builder
— Tim Zieroth (@Twins_guyTJZ) December 12, 2018
— ᴀɴᴛʜᴏɴʏ (@TWolvesSZN) December 12, 2018
Brandon: If you weren’t playing professional baseball, what would you do for work — and why?
Jose: Wow. Good question. I don’t know, maybe a teacher? I like working with kids.
Brandon: What kind of teaching?
Jose: Physical education.
Brandon: So like that, and Health too?
Jose: Both! Yeah. I’ve learned a lot during my baseball career that I could bring to the students.
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