MPOTD: Mini deGrom

MPOTD: Mini deGrom

by Darren Meenan October 26, 2017 0 Comments

It's that time of year again, and Halloween is one of my favorites. I'm not super big on candy or dressing up, but I've always been into horror flicks, pumpkin flavored everything, and parties.

As a parent now, I'm pretty stoked on dressing up our little peanut for trick or treating. She won't be a Mets player this year - or probably any year for that matter - but I love seeing photos like this surface on social media. 

Yea, deGrom chopped off the mop, but we can consider this a throwback costume now. Here's @meghancallow's little nephew rockin' the uni and hawking some candy as "Mini deGrom".

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