March 01, 2016
Freddy Galvis was running a few minutes late this morning during his short commute from his spring training condo to Bright House Field.
So the spot he usually parks in, next to Andres Blanco’s car, was taken. Cesar Hernandez took it.
Galvis steered his black Dodge Charger around and found a spot on the other side of Blanco. It turned out to be a critical error.
Maikel Franco deposited a batting practice pitch over the left field wall a few hours earlier and it crash-landed on Galvis’ windshield.
Galvis laughed it off in the dugout minutes later after he received word from a security guard. Franco followed his fellow infielder into the dugout a little later and was asked if he really killed the car.
“Yessir!” Franco said, proudly.
Maybe Galvis should have left the car at home and did what Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes did today:
Here's Yoenis Cespedes on his steed. pic.twitter.com/dm5cnXzIzC— Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) March 1, 2016