First things first, yes, there is a red carpet portion of the MLB All-Star game. It's part of the annual All-Star parade, where stars get in cars and wave to fans in the host city.
But Colorado Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon — one of the first-time All-Stars whose name isn't as widely recognized — made sure people remembered at least his outfit, if not his name. Blackmon broke out a Stars-and-Stripes button-up shirt and was certainly having fun:
— #ASG (@MLB) July 15, 2014
Blackmon is a 28-year-old seeing the first consistent playing time of his career with the Rockies in 2014. He's responded wonderfully, with a .306/.350/.480 hitting line, 14 homers and 52 RBIs.
He's unleashed his hidden All-Star in 2014, and now the man known as Chuck Nazty on Twitter has shown us his inner entertainer too.
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