College Pitcher Litters Bio With “Always Sunny” References And Baffles The Hell Out Of Broadcaster

Bryan Brandom
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If you’re a wild card whose favorite meal is milk steak and jelly beans, you likely have a lot in common with Kent State starting pitcher Eli Kraus.

Because the junior, like you, shares several traits with the “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” character Charlie Kelly. Also known as the sole reason there’s always at least one fan in a green lycra bodysuit at every sporting event.

Anyway, Kraus littered his player bio with tidbits one might find in Charlie’s bio.

ESPN broadcaster Sam Levitt is apparently not a fan of the show, so the references—like that Kraus “enjoys magnets,” “fears goblins and ghouls,” and needs to turn off “every light three times to stay alive”—confused the hell out of him.

“Let me go word-for-word what some of these are for Eli Kraus,” Levitt said. “He enjoys magnets. That’s an interesting hobby. He fears goblins and ghouls, so let’s hope that nothing pops out anywhere. … What else we got here? Superstition is turning off every light three times to stay alive. I don’t even know what that means.”

After sharing the footage on Twitter, Kraus confirmed he’s gnawed on his share of milk steak in his days.

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