Every person has been told that they look like somebody else at least once.
MLB stars are no different.
Even the most elite athletes in the sports world have people tell them who they look like from time to time.
And so, MLB decided to have a little bit of fun with it, asking players who their doppelgängers are.
Some of the game’s brightest stars, such as Mike Trout, Manny Machado, Gunnar Henderson, and Jeremy Pena were surveyed.
Their answers were quite hilarious.
MLB posted a video featuring the players responding to questions about their doppelgängers.
The video can be seen in the tweet below.
Who is your favorite player's doppelgänger? pic.twitter.com/djzp0MYDxf
— MLB (@MLB) March 6, 2023
Trout is often compared to Hunter Renfroe, who is now his teammate with the Los Angeles Angels.
Trout says he does not see the resemblance between himself and his new teammate.
Machado says people tell him he looks like NBA star and Washington Wizards forward Kyle Kuzma.
Jazz Chisholm Jr. had an interesting answer, revealing that he believes he looks like UFC fighter Israel Adesanya, while Pete Alonso also had an interesting answer.
The New York Mets star says that Liev Schrieber is his look-alike.
Pena, the reigning ALCS and World Series MVP, compared himself to Michael B. Jordan, while Brett Phillips compared himself to Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford.
He offered a disclaimer, saying that he would be a thicker version of the star quarterback.
Joe Kelly‘s answer was probably the best.
He says that people tell him he looks like Penn Badgley.
Several players had hilarious responses to this question and clearly had a lot of fun with the survey.NEXT: Dylan Carlson Is Showing Off His Power This Spring