SPOILERS FOR CAP 3 BELOW! You have been warned!
I bet you’re all dying to find out what I thought about Captain America: Civil War. Well, I am not going to go into tons of plot points here, but I will say that while I enjoyed the movie greatly, it’s still not as good as Captain America: The Winter Soldier. For me, the movie was about the loss of autonomy. Almost every subplot dealt with a level of this concept, in my opinion. Way too much for me to get into detail here because this isn’t my personal Marvel blog, and ain’t nobody got time for that. Also: Tony Stank. Gotta love it.
I want to talk about the real superheroes of this blog – the baseball players themselves. Let’s get crackin’.
Secret Identities: A character is wrongly accused of a terrible crime, because the baddie du jour has stolen his identity. Perhaps this is the idea behind this strange occurrence at the Nationals game.
Royce Harpler cosplay? I have to say, it’s pretty good. It looks like the Human Potato to me. Will there be an international manhunt for the Fake Royce? We’ll see…
Friend Against Friend: Are you #TeamKersh or #TeamJoc?
Black And White in a World of Grey: Steve Rogers is a man frozen in time. Literally, for a while. When he was a young man, he would have watched silent movies. Luckily for me, I, too, watch silent movies. And apparently the Mariner Moose is a big fan of Charlie Chaplin, because the Mariners offer this adorable little short film of the M’s mascot doing his best impression of The Little Tramp.