Yoenis Cespedes carried the New York Mets to a division title last year, and signed a three-year, $75-million contract in January to stay in Queens. When that guy wants round waffles, he's going to get his round waffles.
So, when Cespedes arrived at the Mets' complex in Port St. Lucie, Fla. in his customized, $400,000 Lamborghini Aventador on Wednesday morning and discovered the facility was without a round waffle-maker, the 30-year-old asked a staffer if she wouldn't mind popping out to get one. When she agreed, Cespedes insisted she take his car (which, according to Newsday, shoots flames out of the tailpipe).
However, when the staffer, Theresa, pulled into the local Wal-Mart to pick up Cespedes' desired breakfast-maker, the megastore was out of stock, forcing her to drive the slugger's decked-out Lambo to Target as well.
What, you expected Cespedes to eat square waffles? Get real.