Thanks to the wonders of social media, we no longer have to, uh, wonder what our favorite baseball players do when they’re not on the field or preparing to take the field.
With an abundance of social media options with which they can share glimpses of their off-field activities, we can follow the Washington Nationals even when they’re not playing ball.
Here are a few posts from some players who shared their All-Star Break activities...
Juan Soto enjoyed the good life (click on this one to see the full pic):
When it’s the last day of school before summer and everyone is signing each other’s yearbooks pic.twitter.com/uKcMmZ73a2— Hannah (@hbro36) July 9, 2019
Anthony Rendon hung out in D.C., visiting with his friends:
No place he'd rather be.— Nats Youth Academy (@NatsAcademy) July 9, 2019
Nationals Youth Baseball Academy pic.twitter.com/GfNmMsK3Y4
Aaron Barrett continued living the dream:
Matt Adams recorded a demo for his future boy band days:
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This needs to live on my feed. . We all have an alter ego. That version of us that exists in a parallel universe. Sometimes we need to lighten up and just let it out @bigcityforreal professional athlete/lead singer of a boy band . Me: trainer/back up dancer on tour with Beyoncé or JLo . What’s yours? Leave a comment below with your actual career + your “alter ego”. Come on, have a little fun with me . . . . . . . #alterego #exposed #wednesday #happy #humpday #lightenup #lol #vacay #vibes #bigcity #concert #roadtrip #mlb #allstar #break #behindthescenes
Max Scherzer brought his daughter to the All-Star Game:
International Man of Mystery Howie Kendrick went to the Spy Museum...
Trea Turner has been playing some more Fortnite:
That’s all we saw, if you saw anything else fun, feel free to share in the comments section...