Atlanta Braves star Spencer Strider rocks a jersey number on par with his radar gun exploits.
Spencer Strider sports an Atlanta Braves jersey number to show he is a Major League pitcher now.
Atlanta’s Wild Thing made Braves Country’s heart sing with absolutely explosive Stache N Gas-ed excellence all summer long. No wonder the Braves kept winning when Strider and The Troublemakers were called up last season. So as much of Braves Country congregated at The Battery on Saturday for Braves Fest, Strider once again showed he likes to party like it’s 1999.
Not since Rick Vaughn thrived in Cleveland have we seen a man give you 99 problems at the plate.
Atlanta Braves fireballer Spencer Strider brings the heat with his new number
99 revolutions or 99 red balloons in the sky, it has become a green day for Strider’s growing bank account, as his gold fingers are about to go platinum in The ATL. You only live once, but someday, it will be hard to explain why 12:51 is the most magical time of the day. Every fifth day, it is Strokes Day in the Braves clubhouse, as this majestically mustached man will toe the rubber for Atlanta.
Christmas was only a few weeks ago, but like First Impressions of Earth, we are going to have to spend our cold, hard-earned cash once again in January. I am not saying Strider No. 99 jerseys will be flying off the shelf like No. 12 Tom Brady jerseys, but I am also not not saying that. The man has long surpassed cult hero status. The living legend of Stache N Gas is growing by the nanosecond.
Truth be told, the only jersey more popular in The Peach State will No. 13 in Georgia red. Although that will cost you a cool $65.07, I think you can get a Strider No. 99 for just a few installments at a $12.51 price point. We could go get 40s, but we are going to that party later, so maybe that’s not a guy idea, Edward. Last nite, we did not know what to spend our next paycheck on, but now we do!
Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, Strider steps onto the mound to bring the fire.