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Jim Harbaugh Brought His Glove to Game 5 of the World Series, Because Jim Harbaugh (Pic)
Michigan Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh took a break from coaching the no. 2 college football team in the country on Sunday night to attend Game 5 of the World Series at Wrigley Field. That’s him there in the above photo, wearing his Cubs hat and baseball mitt.
Of course, as you probably know, Jim Harbaugh is an intense guy. He wears cleats on the sidelines when he’s coaching because he likes a little extra traction, tucks his jersey into his trademark khakis when he throws out the first pitch at a baseball game, and has very strong opinions about milk.
Was it really that surprising that Harbough brought his mitt to Game 5 of the World Series at Wrigley Field on Sunday night? No, it was not. What was surprising was that the guy wasn’t also wearing eye black and flip-up sunglasses.
It was still pretty funny, though. And Twitter let him have it:
There is zero doubt in my mind that Jim Harbaugh is going to catch a foul ball, btw. pic.twitter.com/uDRdvgEEJn
— Nicole Auerbach (@NicoleAuerbach) October 31, 2016
— Cut4 (@Cut4) October 31, 2016
Jim Harbaugh. Still a kid at heart pic.twitter.com/BsgWDEMpuu
— Mario Jimenez (@Jimenez_IA) October 31, 2016
Zero percent surprised that Jim Harbaugh brings a glove to the game … pic.twitter.com/3QxdNwDmDg
— Alex Pavlovic (@AlexPavlovic) October 31, 2016
OF COURSE JIM HARBAUGH IS AT THE GAME AND HAS A MITT. Classic football guy move. Always be prepared. pic.twitter.com/DWrYvOGPXy
— Chris Hrabe (@chrabe) October 31, 2016
Never change, coach. You just keep doing you.
Hat Tip – [The Score]