Shelley Duncan is batting .212 with two home runs and an OPS of .597, so we can sympathize with his need to seek and destroy as much Road Beef as possible before getting sent back to the minors, but jesus Shelley, we're guessing even groupies would say no to this "Steve Sanders partied with Nick Nolte for decades" look that you have going on here.
At this point, a conversation between Shelley and Flip Saunders would literally appear as though two catcher's mitts were engaged in a friendly discussion.
We don't know who this man is but it's definitely not Miami Dolphins cornerback Al Harris. Al Harris would never depart from his dreads. Even if he were to go bald, he would simply purchase a custom dreads toupee from Marv Albert's critically acclaimed toupee parlor.
Following some intense "research" into the respective coaching staffs of the Washington Redskins and Arizona Cardinals, we were unable to find this man. Yes, there are other teams that have red in their color scheme, but no, we will not pursue this mystery because it would require us to care. Thus, he remains a mystery, though the guess is that his name is in fact Al, making this error by ESPN the result of a lazy image search on Getty.
Every professional baseball player has their own unique way of luring in massive hauls of Road Beef, and judging by this photograph it appears Jo-Jo Reyes favors a very direct, "let's do this" approach to said poon.
Nothing changes an average game like Betting Online. When you have a stake in the outcome of a contest, a typical match can become a memorable event. One might say that it's even more fun than a sports hernia...
and you could come away with some extra cash! The only better feeling than winning is having extra pocket money.