Didn't San Diego reliever
Not the look he was going for?
Well, how about trend-setting, like maybe he was trying to start a new fashion craze kind of like those dudes who wear their gigantic jeans down at the knees?
OK, fine. I'll just say it -- he looked ridiculous.
But that's not the point. Actually it was all about safety, as Torres became the first major league pitcher to wear a protective cap approved by
“If it can save your life, why wouldn't you?" said Torres, who was with Tampa Bay last season when