Champagne Showers Bring...Brain Freeze?

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Champagne Showers Bring...Brain Freeze?

Tricia Whitaker joins the Fan Morning Show before game 5 of the AL east and breaks down how to successfully wash champagne and beer out of clothes as well as the pitching situation. 

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On champagne showers...

“My theory is that I've been with the team all season long, and if they are all going to get soaked with champagne, I’m good with it too.  I don’t wear goggles or ponchos. I have a good routine down. When I get back to the hotel, I throw all my clothes in the tub and I fill it with hot water and soap and let it sit overnight. I can’t tell you how disgusting the water is in the morning… Everyone thinks the worst part is the champagne burning your eyes.  That's not true. The worst part is the brain freeze. When you have five ice cold beers being poured on your head at the same time, it feels like a migrane times 20.”

On Indianapolis connections...

“It’s such a small world, Tyler Glasnow and Austin Meadows, both played for the Indianapolis Indians, and I was neighbors with Austin in Indianapolis.  Then I get to the Rays and I’m like ‘hey neighbor’. Tyler came off the IL three or four weeks ago and they have been working on getting him back slowly. They definitely have him on a pitch count and they usually don’t let him stay in longer than three to four innings. When he got hurt, it was such a tough time because he was the best pitcher in baseball at the time, number wise. Its crazy what they were able to do with their best pitcher on the IL for basically the entire season.  They still won 96 games, they still won the postseason, and now here they are. I think he's going to have a good game tonight. He is the most intense pitcher.”

 

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