We know of at least one place where Tom Brady leans left: the batter’s box. (Watch the video below.)
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback took left-handed batting practice and tight end Rob Gronkowski fired the balls in a clip the seven-time Super Bowl champion shared on Twitter on Tuesday.
Brady was previously drafted in the 18th round by the Montreal Expos as a catcher for Junipero Serra High School in San Mateo, Calif. But he chose to play football at the University of Michigan, and the rest is football history.
Former Expos scout John Hughes talked about Brady’s “left-handed power” and it shows in the clip. He sent Gronk pretty deep with a few drills. But no circuits.
Brady said it’s been “fucking time” since he took his baseball cuts.
Brady, of course, throws right-handed and has been accused of being a right-winger for calling former President Donald Trump a friend and for once having a MAGA hat in his locker.
But the superstar avoided endorsing Trump. In 2016, he declined to run at the Republican National Convention, where Trump received the GOP nomination.
Brady’s BP found a major league following. The Washington Nationals, the team the Expos became when they moved to DC, let Brady know they were still interested.