The Yankees’ new promising outfield prospect is attempting to make quick work of plethora of mega babes New York City has to offer. Namely, fitness model and butt pioneer Jen Selter.
Clint Frazier was just traded from the Indians (farm system) to the Yankees (farm system) in a deal that sent reliever Andrew Miller to Cleveland. Clint, who some in the Yankees organization deemed the “next Mike Trout” may have let the praise go to his head.
The 21-year-old tweeted at Selter today, who has over 1 million Twitter followers, and expressed his interest in going on a date with her. Not in the DMs, for us all to bear witness to.
If anyone knows this saying, it’s Clint: no swings, no hits. Babe Ruth held the strikeout record for decades and when asked about it he smartly replied, “Every strike brings me to the next home run.” So can I rip on Clint for his thirst? Nope, kind of admire it. But Clint, ol’ buddy ‘ol pal, you gotta be a bit more strategic in your approach. You think you’re the only athlete trying to score that majestic ass? Far from it.
Clint, I know you’re 21 and have a lot to learn. I know you were just traded form Cleveland to the Big Apple and you’re a big excited with the big stage. But put your fucking bags down before you take your dick out for Christ’s sake.
This was a good start.
Plus, you haven’t even been called up to the Bigs yet. You going to invite one of the most recognizable butts on Instagram to a Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders minor league game? Make sure all your ducks are in line before you can bite off more than you can chew. And whatever you do, don’t bring your thirst to the media.
Clint went ahead and told NJ Advance Media before Wednesday’s game against Lehigh Valley,
“I’ve been trying to reach out to her. She lives in New York,” Frazier said with a smile. “I think she’s 22. I’m 21. I’m single. Let’s hook this up! (NJ.com)
Clint, upon further review, I’d like to apologize. Sometimes, with someone so divine, you just have to throw away logic and decorum and let love take the driver’s seat. Good luck, my friend. Good luck.
[h/t Sports World News]