This off-season, Yoenis Cespedes signed a three-year, $75 million contract to stay with the New York Mets, which tied him with Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins and Josh Hamilton of the Texas Rangers for the highest average annual salary for an outfielder.
Cespedes wasted no time putting that historic guap to good use.
First, he rolled up to the Mets’ spring training facility in Port St. Lucie, Florida in an all-white Ford F-250, a vehicle that more closely resembles a monster truck than something you’d drive on residential streets. With black and white rims and a frame twice as tall as Cespedes himself, the truck dwarfed everything else in the parking lot.
A few days later, Cespedes switched things up, cruising into the parking lot in a red and gray Polaris Slingshot three-wheel motorcycle, complete with his uniform number, 52, engraved on the hood.
Life is good for the 30-year-old star.