With a global pandemic suspending sporting events worldwide, athletes suddenly have tons of time on their hands. In the latest installment of our weekly MLB series, we look at how they've been keeping themselves entertained - and in shape - while self-isolating.
Minnesota Twins right-hander took a mean-spirited joke at his expense, and had some fun with it.
However, the best part was absolutely the snapshot of his "workout routine."
Who wouldn't want to be Dobnak? He's truly living his best life.
Journeyman right-hander Edwin Jackson and his kids are enjoying time in the pool. Backflips for everyone!
Opening Day without baseball felt sacrilegious for obvious reasons, but some pro players weren't going to let that stand. Sonny Gray, Trevor Williams, and Freddie Freeman all went one-on-one with their young kids. It went about how you'd expect.
Talk about confidence boosters!
The Reds' southpaw recently took issue with his "66" overall rating in this year's edition of the popular video game. He got his revenge by defeating Rays lefty Blake Snell in a four-man tournament that also featured Hunter Pence and Trevor May.
The legendary broadcaster's voice was a welcome distraction from the uncertainty facing the world during quarantine.
He's still got it!
Fowler is matching donations to help residents of Las Vegas, and he asked his fellow Vegas-based players to do the same.
A former teammate answered the call to action.
When the world starts up again, give Canha a follow if you like pictures of great looking - and presumably great tasting - food.
The Cincinnati righty takes fan questions on Fridays. On the mound, he doesn't overthink the process.
He's clearing "The Mechanism," so to speak.
Bartolo Colon hasn't pitched in the majors since 2018, so he's had plenty of time to channel his inner "Minnesota Fats" at the pool table.
Who'd play "Fast" Eddie Felson in this scenario?
Seriously, the "Big Unit" was unbelievable.
Finally, Alex Rodriguez started his online baseball clinic earlier this week. Watch him, J-Lo, and the kids swing the bat to the ripping tunes of Huey Lewis' "The Power of Love."