We’ve reached the height of spooky season, and with Halloween weekend upon us, it’s the perfect time to pick out costumes for the Boston Red Sox.
The rules of picking out costumes for the 2021 Red Sox are that there are no rules.
Here we go!
Red Sox starting rotation’s Halloween costumes
Nathan Eovaldi: Captain America
Captain America survived being on ice for over half a century, Nathan Eovaldi came back from two Tommy John surgeries. They’re both resilient leaders who absolutely rock red, white, and blue.
Chris Sale: Slenderman
Like the fictional monster, Chris Sale is tall, thin, and terrifying to opposing batters.
If you don’t want to anger him, just give him run support and don’t show him a Players’ Weekend jersey. If you can’t manage that, hide the scissors.
Eduardo Rodriguez: Rocky
ERod had a pretty up-and-down season after missing 2020 due to COVID and resulting viral myocarditis, but there were moments where he looked like his old self, including during the postseason. He’s overcome a lot, and he just keeps fighting, which is pretty inspirational.
Tanner Houck: Chris Sale
Tanner Houck has been compared to Chris Sale all season long, but in righty form. They’re also both tall, thin, and blonde, so it’s a pretty easy costume. Just swipe one of Sale’s jerseys, and voila!
Garrett Richards: Katy Perry
He’s hot in the bullpen and he’s cold in the rotation, he’s yes in relief and he’s no to starts. He’s in and he’s out, he’s up and he’s down, you get the picture.
Martín Pérez: A popstar
Pérez loves to sing and do karaoke. A pair of cool shades, some leather pants, and a portable microphone, and he’s ready to rock.