Baseball team promises to help Tom Brady find his missing Super Bowl jersey
On Sunday, Tom Brady became the most decorated quarterback of all time. He won his fifth Super Bowl championship and fourth Super Bowl MVP award (both NFL records) after engineering an improbable comeback against the Atlanta Falcons, all but cementing his G.O.A.T. status.
Unfortunately, what should have been a perfect night ended disappointingly for Brady when the jersey he wore during the game went missing minutes after he removed it.
Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick understands the gravity of this memorabilia being missing -- a priceless jersey that should end up in the Hall of Fame -- and has called upon the Texas Rangers to help.
But there's one problem that's causing some confusion... the Texas Rangers are also a baseball team.
(Screenshot via Twitter)
With MLB Spring Training games still a few weeks away, the team certainly has the time to help out -- and they're not taking the task lightly.
The Rangers have tapped third baseman Adrian Beltre and starting pitcher Cole Hamels to lead the hunt for the missing goods.
Hamels, a World Series champion and four-time All-Star, promised to rise to the occasion:
Other forces, including the Houston Police, have also joined in investigating the probable theft.
There haven't been any developments in the case yet.
Hopefully the Rangers can solve this crime before they all have to report to Arizona for Spring Training.
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