Skip to comments.Stanton parties with 20k-dollar champagne bottle post becoming sport's richest athlete
Posted on 11/19/2014 2:58:12 AM PST by SoFloFreeper
American baseball outfielder Giancarlo Stanton reportedly celebrated with a 20,000 dollars bottle of champagne after signing his brand new 325 million dollars contract with his team to become the richest athlete in sports.
Major League Baseball's Miami Marlins outfielder was pictured in a hotel in Miami, where he was seen raging around 3 in the morning on Tuesday with his boys and some very attractive ladies.
But the best part of the night was when the guy who just signed the LARGEST sports contract in American history was GIFTED a 20,000 dollars bottle of rare champagne, TMZ.com reported.
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I wonder who will pay the last 11 years of that contract. It certainly won’t be Loria or the Marlins.
One injury can end all that.......
He hasn’t proven yet if he’s recovered from that heater to the face that ended his 2014 season. He may not be near the same hitter he once was.
I like football like any American girl does. But I wonder how people like my brother spend good family obey, and so much of it, on game tickets supporting this kind of silly decadence
Giancarlo Stanton couldn’t tell a 20K bottle of champagne from a bottle of sparkling MD2020.
Does Obama think Giancarlo is “making enough money?”
Laughably absurd “investment”.
That’s like $68,000 per day...And then wait til the advertisers kick in...
A good example of Trickle Down economics.
Pray America is waking
Please note that the bottle was a gift, and good for him, he earned it.
There you go, spoiling perfectly good rants again.
Easy come, easy go too bad most of hem are too dumb to hold it together.
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