Former Yankees RHP Kyle Farnsworth is now disgustingly jacked
TWO jacked former New York Yankees players in the same week?! It cannot be true. What incredible alternate universe are we living in?
This one’s a little bit more unsightly, though. Alfonso Soriano appearing at Wrigley Field for a Chicago Cubs game wearing a “Hot Dad Summer” shirt was much more kind to the eye than former Yankees reliever Kyle Farnsworth showing off bulging veins in his legs.
On Tuesday, Farnsworth posted a bathroom selfie to show off his new chiseled frame and reveal he’s been preparing for a body building competition.
This might shock you, but Farnsworth threw his last pitch in MLB back in 2014 with the Houston Astros. He pitched for the Yankees back in 2006-2008. Feel old yet? How about Farnsworth at 46 years old looking like this?!
How many eggs in the morning did this take? How many steaks for dinner? How many midnight protein shakes?
Farnsworth took his intense reliever energy and used it effectively for his second career. He’s now the CEO of Getting Shredded.
Former Yankees RHP Kyle Farnsworth is a body building icon
This is the only time “disgustingly” will be used in a positive manner. Farnsworth has muscles on top of muscles. It’s appealingly gross. You don’t want to see it, but you do.
You know who definitely doesn’t, though? Former Cincinnati Reds pitcher Paul Wilson, who was the famous subject of a Kyle Farnsworth Spinebuster back in 2003. Don’t remember this one? Have a look — it’s worth your time.
Had Farnsworth been half his current size, Wilson would’ve evaporated to dust on the infield at the Great American Ballpark upon impact. Funny enough, Farnsworth posted this photo ONE DAY after the 19th anniversary of the famous brawl between the Cubs and Reds. Wild stuff.
The former reliever spent a portion of his day responding to fans in his mentions about his transformation. Cool guy.
He might not have been the most memorable pitcher ever, but Farnsworth’s personality and energy will always be remembered, and he’s further proving that in retirement with his next endeavor.