Diamondbacks' rookies dress up as superheroes for end-of-season initiation
As is customary during an MLB team's final road trip of the season, the D-backs 'initiated' their rookies by having them parade around Denver before Sunday's game in superhero outfits -- mostly of the female variety.
And based on a photo posted on the D-backs' closer Brad Ziegler's twitter account, let's just say Adam Eaton (Wonder Woman), Tuffy Gosewisch (Superwoman), Chris Owings (Batwoman) and Eury De La Rosa (Robin) shouldn't quit their day jobs.
All and all, though, it seems everybody -- rookies or otherwise -- had fun with the dress up idea.
Well that was a long day being Captain America walking down the streets ... I had fun with the crew thoo.... #superheroes— Sir Didi Gregorius (@DidiG18) September 23, 2013
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