Triston Casas' incredible 'incognito' costume WooSox Game is proof he's the best

Apr 20, 2024; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA;  Boston Red Sox first baseman Triston Casas (36) warms
Apr 20, 2024; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Boston Red Sox first baseman Triston Casas (36) warms / Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Triston Casas is bored on the sidelines, and Boston Red Sox fans have taken notice. The first baseman takes phantom swings in the dugout and practices visualization during games to keep himself occupied while he's out of action.

Casas hasn't just been watching big league ball. He recently took a trip to Worcester to visit his old home park and scope out some future teammates.

The 24-year-old is used to being the center of attention. His painted nails, pregame yoga and hot bat have created conversation around every facet of Casas' personality. But it seemed he didn't want to be in the spotlight at a recent WooSox game.

Casas wore an inconspicuous outfit with sunglasses and sat among fans in Worcester. It didn't look like any of the surrounding fans noticed Casas in the crowd, so his disguise must have worked.

Triston Casas went to a WooSox game in disguise while out of action for the Red Sox

WooSox social media waited until after the game to post about Casas' attendance — either they were also fooled by his disguise for they respected his privacy in the moment. Regardless, just a pair of sunglasses likely won't do the trick next time.

Casas isn't usually so understated. Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reported that the first baseman has fully embraced the Netflix crew as they film the Red Sox for the upcoming docuseries about their 2024 season.

"I’ve always wanted my own personal camera crew, so this is something that I’m actually enjoying,” Casas said. “I try to give them all the time that I can.”

He admitted to being one of the few players open to letting the camera into his daily life. The Netflix crew has followed Casas on his walk home from the ballpark on multiple occasions to chat with him and document his life, casually.

Despite recent criticism, Casas continues to be himself in and out of the ballpark. But if he gets tired of all the attention and wants to go to another WooSox game incognito, he may need a new disguise.

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