It’s now time for Opening Day.
Clubs have broken camp and are ready to compete as a new season descends upon us.
And so, as some players hit the road, others return home.
Either way, it more than likely takes a flight to get them where they need to go.
With that being the case, MLB decided it was a good time to ask players what type of plane seat they would prefer to sit in.
There are three options of course.
There’s the aisle, the window, and the dreaded middle set.
MLB posted a video of each player’s response.
Now boarding for #OpeningDay.
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— MLB (@MLB) March 28, 2023
Mike Trout appeared first and said he would choose the window seat so that he could see outside.
Brandon Marsh was next and said that he would choose the window for the same reason Trout did.
Carlos Correa said that he would choose the aisle seat.
Vinnie Pasquantino was next and stated that the window seat is his preference because he wants to see when he’s landing.
Kevin Kiermaier said that he needs room for his legs and prefers to have the ability to get up without having to ask others to do the same.
As such, he would choose the aisle seat.
Justin Turner echoed Kiermaier’s sentiments and said that he prefers the aisle.
Brett Phillips chose the aisle as well, but for different reasons, hilariously stating that he can’t hold his bladder for very long and needs to pee every 20 minutes.
Finally, Rowdy Tellez was asked to choose.
However, he did not choose.
He simply stated that he prefers to stand the entire time.
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