“I couldn’t sleep.”
USA’s ‘Yahoo Sports’ and ‘USA Today’ reported that Mookie Betts (LA Dodgers), who went on an expedition to face the Milwaukee Brewers on the 10th (hereinafter Korean time), He told the story of using Airbnb instead of The Pfister Hotel, which was provided as a lodging.
The Pfister Hotel메이저사이트 is a very famous hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. Completed in 1983, the hotel is well-known enough to be used by major league clubs as an away accommodation. However, Betts, who has been playing an away game in Milwaukee since the 9th, is staying at an Airbnb, not the hotel.
The reason Betts doesn’t use the Pfister Hotel is because of ‘ghosts’. The Pfister Hotel is rumored to be haunted. “The Pfister Hotel is a very old hotel, opened in 1893, and has created enough strange noises and inexplicable stories to earn a reputation among major league players for being haunted,” reported Yahoo Sports.
“Yahoo Sports” said Betts had stayed at the Pfister Hotel before, but the experience was not pleasant. “he explained. According to the media, Betts said, “I couldn’t sleep because of the noise.”
Betts wasn’t the only one who couldn’t sleep because of the noise or suffered strange phenomena. According to ‘Yahoo Sports’, Bryce Harper, the Philadelphia Phillies’ signboard hitter, said, “Last summer before I went to bed, I put my jeans and shirt on the table near my bed. But when I woke up in the morning, my clothes were on the floor and the table was across the room. “It was on the wall. I was so embarrassed. I thought someone might be in my room. I looked around at the time and checked to see if the door was locked, and it was locked.”
He debuted with the Cleveland Indians (now the Guardians) in 2002 and played for the Cincinnati Reds, Atlanta Braves, LA Angels, and Boston Red Sox, winning three All-Stars (2010, 2011, 2013) and four Gold Gloves (2008, 2010, 2011, 2013). , Silver Slugger (2011), and 1902 games in 17 seasons, 2029 hits, 211 home runs, batting average of 0.275 OPS 0.740, Brandon Phillips is the same.
“We play against Milwaukee a lot, but I remember one time I came into the room and sat on the bed, but for some reason the damn radio was on. So I turned the radio off and took a shower, and when I finished the shower the radio was on.” was turned on again,” he testified to the strange phenomenon he experienced.
Michael Young, who was designated as Texas’ permanent number and inducted into the Hall of Fame, went through something hard to explain, including being selected as a seven-time All-Star (2004-2009, 2011) by the Texas Rangers, LA Dodgers, and Philadelphia. Young said, “I’m not spreading ghost stories, but I was lying in bed after a night game a few years ago. My door was locked, but I heard footsteps thumping inside the room.”
Young continued, “I was awake at the time, as I had heard a lot about the Pfister Hotel. Then I heard footsteps again. So I said, ‘Play or sit or be comfortable. But don’t wake me up! OK?’ “After that, I didn’t hear anything that night. I let him know that he (the ghost) was just welcome, that he could be my friend, and that he would let me stay there as long as he didn’t wake me up.” Confessed.
In addition to them, Justin Upton (former Seattle Mariners) said, “I freak out the moment I enter there. I have to close the blinds and turn on the lights to sleep,” and Pablo Sandoval (former Atlanta Braves) of ‘Kung Fu Panda’ said, “I don’t like the ghosts there. “In 2009, while taking a shower, I left my iPod next to the speaker. But when I got out, the music was on.”
Betts, who signed a 12-year, $365 million (approximately 483.8 billion won) super contract with the Dodgers during the 2020 season, was very sluggish with a batting average of 0.083 with 1 hit in 14 at-bats in 3 games at American Family Field last year. However, as a result of spending time at Airbnb in three consecutive matches this year, he had 1 hit in 4 at-bats (double base) on the 9th and 1 hit in 4 at-bats (1 home run) on the 10th, 1 RBI, 1 run, and 1 walk.