Halloween is around the corner, so fans are starting to get creative with their costumes.
You will see a lot of cops, nurses, cowboys, and even astronauts these days.
That surely would be hilarious.
Fortunately, we have it covered, and we even have pictures.
“Even tho we lost this Halloween costume still wins (@Princesswikki)” Cleveland sport commentator McNeil tweeted.
Even tho we lost this Halloween costume still wins😂
— McNeil (@Reflog_18) October 28, 2022
With the comment, there was a photo attached of a young kid rocking a Guardians kit and a baby on his hands.
That baby, if you take a close look, is New York Yankees pitcher Gerrit Cole.
In the American League Division Series, Naylor homered off Cole in Game 4, which was eventually won by the Yankees, to trim New York’s lead to just one run.
On his home run trot, Naylor started rocking a baby, signaling to his dugout that Cole was his son.
According to his teammate Triston McKenzie, it’s something that Naylor does from time to time when he hits a home run, and nothing personal with the Yankees ace.
A Controversial Celebration
The celebration wasn’t well received in the other dugout, and it stuck in players’ heads.
Gleyber Torres mocked it when he caught the ball in the last out of the series.
A whole circus was built around Naylor’s celebration, and now fans are using it as inspiration for Halloween costumes.
People’s creativity is definitely unlimited.
The costume will surely be a hit in parties and gatherings.
The Guardians finished with a 92-70 in the regular season and won the Wild Card series against Tampa Bay.
They also took the Yanks to the full five games in the Division Series.
They extended their franchise player and had several young minor leaguers debut.
Overall, it was a highly successful year.