Marcus Stroman’s Double Durag Game Was Lit Like His First Start Of 2021

Marcus Stroman’s Double Durag Game Was Lit Like His First Start Of 2021

Marcus Stroman brings more than just a wicked repertoire of pitches and veteran spice to the mound for the NY Mets. His passionate demeanor, fashion, confidence, pitching intelligence and unapologetically Black energy makes him more than just a Black pitcher. He’s a relatable idol, a culture shifter, who talks it like he walks it.

 

 

In his opening start of the season, Stroman went a solid 6 innings, gave up one run, three hits and struck out three. His mound savvy was on full display. Stroman’s 5-foot-8, 185-pound frame, tenaciousness, and talent, is a walking billboard that reads: “Height Doesn’t Measure Heart.”

So what does Marcus Stroman mean to the Mets and how does he perfectly embody New York culture?

MLBbro.com reporter Jones Whitner breaks it down like James Brown bridge.

 

Marcus Stroman’s Double Durag Game Was Lit Like His First Start Of 2021

Tim Anderson Eats Pasta Like A Mobster Every Time He Goes Yard

All eyes are on Chicago White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson this season, as the former batting champion is on everybody’s Top 3 MVP candidates list. Baseball’s next great Black shortstop didn’t waste any time sparking the yard, hitting a homer in his second game of the season.

The White Sox have started the season 1-2, but most baseball minds expect them to be in the thick of things in the American League.

However…according to MLBbro.com content creator Jones Whitner, Chi-Town might not want Anderson to hit too many dingers.