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Texas Rangers Outfielder Leonys Martin Has an Odd Seduction Technique

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We were debating going with the more straightforward headline "Here's a Shirtless Photo of Leonys Martin," but we decided something a bit more artful would scare off fewer people.

Make no mistake: That is about a shirtless Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin, but it has a backstory. Via a tipster to Deadspin:

So we've all heard of Alex Rodriguez's story hitting on the models before the game. Well leonys is a little lazier than that. He has a few baseballs signed with his number and before each game he just throws it to a couple attractive females and one of my friends was the recipient and ended up texting him and he sent this picture to her.

You'd think with his $15.5 million contract, he could hire a professional photographer.

(h/t Deadspin)

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