Oh, to be the tea cup of Grady Sizemore. The Cleveland Indians slugger, armed with a cup and an iPhone, did what so many other well-manscaped men do: Click naked pics in the bathroom and send them to a special someone.
Except his special someone—sorry, it’s a girlfriend despite his well-groomed, nearly hairless and muscled self—is being stalked by a Sizemore fan who apparently hacked into the girlfriend’s email account and the rest is Internet history.
There’s the 27-year-old hunk in several poses in a couple of different bathrooms—some in a shirt and tie and others with nothing but the tea cup. Maybe it’s a mug—that sounds like a better hiding place for his man bat.
There he is in sweatpants, various boxer briefs, one shot where he’s gropping himself and another where he’s worked his hand inside his shorts, apparently to play ball. The baseball puns just keep coming.
A shot from the side displays a booty that most any top will love, proof that the center fielder might make a better catcher. Those puns again.
Welcome to the internet, Grady. He could easily be the next best thing on Guys With iPhones. Wait, he’s already featured in a new gallery on the popular site.
And that gay fan base? Growing by the minute.
(Via Deadspin here and here)
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