Brewers first baseman Rowdy Tellez gave us all the thick boy joy after stealing a base and the internet loved it

There’s something about baseball, man. It just feels like one of the most relatable sports out there.

No, before you ask, I have very little in common with the elite athletes of the MLB. My Moneyball scouting report would be absolute garbage. I can’t hit a ball coming at me at a speed of 97 mph with a wooden stick. I also can’t throw a ball that fast either. That stuff is hard and that’s why these folks are in the MLB.

But there was something about Rowdy Tellez rumbling his way to second base for a steal that just connected with me, man.

Like, if I were a baseball player right now? This is probably what I look like trying to steal a base. Completely ridiculous.

LOOK. AT. MY. GUY. With the celebration to boot, too.

That’s some thicc boi joy right there if I’ve ever seen it. We absolutely love to see it, by the way. We need more of this in the world.

Will we get another one from Rowdy? Eric Lauer seems to think so.

But Rowdy has other ideas.

I love how my guy knows he’s a meme now. “I can’t wait for all the memes of cheeseburgers or hotdogs floating in front of me,” he said.

That was fun. It doesn’t sound like we’ll get another anytime soon, though. Even if this is the end of our journey and we’ve rumbled as far as we can rumble on the diamond, this was still a fun time. We will never forget this, Rowdy. Never.

Fans absolutely loved it all.

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Rowdy Tellez 4ever.

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