In any case, on Wednesday as the anthems faded away, upon arrival at Cheating 101, it was discovering the motherlode. Not one but four guys were there in white shirts, all looking to help the Jays get that edge. God knows many nights they need one.
But none was the real cheat.Brothers Matt and Chris Chapin, in fact, had just met Colin Kibjis and Dana Barrett — like twosomes that meet as a foursome on the first tee — but for these guys the commonality was not the golf tee, but their white tees. They had seen the news of the day, of the Jays’ alleged cheating ways earlier in the day and were here to help out. First thought? The catcher’s crotch and fingers seem so far away.
Strategy? Being not quite as subtle as the man in white, the Chapin brothers had signs: #SpyDome; Explosive Fastball; Cunning Curveball; 12-6 Curveball and, finally, I’m Joey Bats. On many midweek nights these seats go unoccupied, but the boys said they bought these specifically for this game. This was being made a way bigger event than it needed to be, funny nonetheless. (via @RGriffinStar)