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Kyle Farnsworth was always able to beat someone during his MLB career, and now he was able to beat people and take their lunch money.
Farnsworth was a longtime relief pitcher who played in the majors from 1999 to 2014. He played for the Chicago Cubs, New York Yankees, and Detroit Tigers, among other teams, during that period. Since then he has hit Jim hard.
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In a photo posted on Twitter on Tuesday, the 46-year-old showed an incredibly torn physique.
“A very rare self-portrait of a gym bathroom. 4 days until my first bodybuilding competition. Classic physique. I’ve enjoyed the last few days without carbohydrates!” He wrote on a social media network.
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Farnsworth posted a photo on his Instagram last month revealing that he is preparing for a bodybuilding competition in Orlando. The former pitcher apparently worked on the job and completely changed his physique.
“I’m very excited to be part of the Sheri Classic and see what I can do. I’m attending a beginner’s Classic Physique class. I’ve always wanted to do one, but I’m starting. It’s never old. You have to find something to compete with when you are a competitor. ” “It’s grind time now.”
Farnsworth was a reliable rescuer for most of his career.
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With 893 appearances, he scored 4.26ERA with 963 strikeouts.