Former Texas Rangers infielder Michael Young was inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame Saturday, and as he drove around the field, a player in a Saw mask popped out of the dugout. As Young cocked his fist, everyone learned that he’s not a fan of clowns, or clown-like things.
Former teammate Elvis Andrus was the man in the mask. Young didn’t actually slug him, but the combination of fear and rage in his eyes was visible. Adrian Beltre, who was right next to Andrus, seemed to enjoy someone else being the target of Andrus’s antics. (Mobile users can watch here.)
The shortstop later apologized for scaring Young: