29
Sep
09

Spandex Is a Privilege, Not a Right


There haven’t been many good moments this year for the Houston Astros; predicted to be miserable this season they have lived up to expectations. Fortunately, the veterans haven’t lost their senses of humor, dressing the rookies up in neon spandex outfits ala Olivia Newton-John’s famous, Let’s Get Physical” video. Hottttttttt!

So, here are the Astros rookies prior to their flight to Philadelphia on Sunday. In addition to their humiliating outfits the rookies (from left, Chris Johnson, Bud Norris, Tommy Manzella, Wilton Lopez and Sammy Gervacio) were required to assist the flight attendants in serving their teammates drinks and such throughout the flight.

Astros Rookies 1

I think this one might be even better than the Yankees’ Batman rookie hazing, if only because that one was pretty cool and this is supposed to be more embarrassing.

[Alyson’s Footnotes]


4 Responses to “Spandex Is a Privilege, Not a Right”


  1. September 29, 2009 at 1:09 pm

    Damn look at those quads……no homo. Haha they need girls in their life…..

  2. 2 gunshy
    September 29, 2009 at 5:16 pm

    This is way better than the Yankees’ one, look at those Hello Kitty dolls! Besides, I give extra points for creativity.


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