In case anyone was curious, Nolan Arenado is a pretty good defensive third baseman.

If you happen to be in the market for some quality glove work, you could certainly do far worse.

The Rockies All-Star added yet another gem to his ever-expanding portfolio recently in San Francisco.

Just look at this thing:

Where to begin?

Well, start by clicking over to The Daily Player because this dude's got a web-gem portfolio.

Arenado could also get rid of that messy eye-black by finding some quality polarized sports shades, too. Fanorama suggests this durable number:

polarized outdoor sport sunglasses

MLB's minimum salary is $535,000 this year, so dude's got the dosh. What's more, these nifty cool shades are hella better looking than greasepaint; what better way to improve his shot at lucrative commercial endorsements?

You may not have Arenado's glove, but there's no reason you can't have the shades he should have. At $15.55, you'll look endorsement-ready, too.





Also in News & Notes

Just a Jump to the Left
Just a Jump to the Left

Sometimes it's fun to subvert expectations. Clearly, Nelson Cruz understands this principle. Recently, the Mariners slugger flipped the script on the conventional mound charge by merely pretending to do so ...

Be Choosy in Style
Be Choosy in Style

DeAngelo Williams is currently a free agent NFL running back. Or, if you prefer, unemployed. However, this status hasn't deterred Williams from attempting to dictate terms in his search for a new NFL home ...
No More Kicks; No More Route 66
No More Kicks; No More Route 66

Apparently, the car service Über is becoming a viable mode of transport for the discerning professional athlete. Actually, it seems to be the go-to option when a flight's been delayed or cancelled and the athlete in question ...
Back to the top