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Watch: Andrew McCutchen’s alter ego Uncle Larry has a message for Tom Brady


If anything good has emerged from the suspension of the 2020 MLB season due to the spread of COVID-19, it is Andrew McCutchen’s alter ego, Uncle Larry.

Don’t be surprised if Uncle Larry makes an appearance during players weekend. (Photo by Kyle Ross/Icon Sportswire)

Back in spring training, which seems like years ago, Howard Eskin hilariously misspelled McCutchen’s name in a tweet. From there, Phillies fans and teammates began referring to the Phillies slugger by the nickname Larry:

The name stuck and McCutchen began releasing videos on his social media accounts featuring Uncle Larry. Apparently, Uncle Larry has taught Cutch everything he knows, including pimping walks:

In his latest video, Uncle Larry had a message for new Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady. Since Larry lived not too far away from Brady in Central Florida, he thought it would be nice to ask if he needed a workout partner:

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