‘I’m afraid of ghosts’ Airbnb’s MVP at the Milwaukee expedition
All-Star outfielder Mookie Betts (31, Los Angeles Dodgers) finished the ‘dazzling’ Milwaukee expedition.
ESPN, an American sports channel, said on the 11th (Korean time), “The Los Angeles Dodgers will finish their Milwaukee expedition. Betts should check out of Airbnb, too.” Airbnb is a lodging sharing service based in San Francisco, USA. Why did a world-class major league (MLB) superstar use Airbnb on an expedition?
According to ESPN, the Dodgers team will use the Pfister Hotel on a trip to Milwaukee. Opened in 1893, the Pfister Hotel is one of the historic local landmarks. However, since it is a very old building, many stories come out. ESPN said, “The all-star center fielder (Betts) chose his accommodation (private accommodation) because of rumors that he is haunted.” did,’ he said.메이저사이트
An interesting fact is that there has been talk about the haunting of the hotel before. According to a 2013 ESPN article, players said they heard ghostly footsteps in their room and the radio was unusually loud. Bryce Harper (Philadelphia Phillies) even claimed that “the clothes moved.” Giancarlo Stanton (New York Yankees) also said, “It’s really freaky with pictures of people being shot in the head on the walls and old curtains hanging everywhere. It reminds me of a Disneyland haunted house. The less time you spend there, the better. “It is known that he agreed. Could it be because of being conscious of ghosts?
Betts was named the 2018 American League Most Valuable Player (MVP) during his time with the Boston Red Sox. He boasts a stellar individual career, including six career All-Star selections and five and six Silver Slugger and Gold Glove awards. This season, he has a batting average of .246 (34 hits in 138 at-bats) with 7 homers and 21 RBI.