Jose Altuve’s ‘terrible’ tattoo subject of Twitter scrutiny
Seems like the buzz the Astros have been hearing was from a tattoo gun.
On Saturday, Astros shortstop Carlos Correa defended teammate José Altuve over the Astros buzzer controversy. The team has been accused of wearing buzzers under their jerseys — in addition to their trash can and video schemes — to learn what type of pitch was coming. A widely circulated video — which shows Altuve asking teammates not to rip his shirt off after a game-winning home run in the 2019 ALCS — fueled these rumors.
“The second reason that he don’t want me to talk about this, but I’m gonna say it, is because he’s got an unfinished tattoo on his collarbone, right here, that, honestly, looked terrible,” Correa told The Athletic regarding that video. “It was a bad tattoo. And he didn’t want nobody to see it. He didn’t want to show it at all.”
Fans raced to Twitter to comment, and many had their own ideas about Jose Altuve’s tattoo.
Some fans thought that Correa was making the whole thing up.
Other fans did a little detective work to find said tattoo.
Several people pointed out that Altuve was hardly the first baseball player to have bad ink.
Most fans just decided for themselves what the tattoo was.
Reporters in the Astros clubhouse did confirm that Altuve does have a tattoo, however.
Melanie is the name of Altuve’s 3-year-old daughter. Mystery solved? Maybe for now. …
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