After Carlos Correa defended Jose Altuve's highly-speculated decision to ask his teammates not to rip his shirt off due to an unfinished, "bad" tattoo on his left collarbone, and not because of exposing a buzzer as many have thought, Altuve showed off the tat while walking by reporters Monday.
Jose Altuve just walked by a group of reporters, took his shirt off, turned around bare-chested, grabbed another shirt and put it on.
Yes, there was a tattoo on his left collarbone. I'm not sure if it was bad or not.
— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) February 17, 2020
ESPN's Jeff Passan says Altuve walked past reporters shirtless and a collarbone tattoo was present.
Former Baltimore Oriole Adam Jones was one of many not buying Correa's story, which could be why Altuve felt it necessary to give people a glimpse of his ink.
Whether this was intentional by Altuve or not is up for speculation, but it certainly proves there is, in fact, a tattoo on his left collarbone as Correa said.
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Jose Altuve shows he does, in fact, have a tattoo on his left collarbone originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington