San Francisco Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto memorialized his horse Popeye by posting a photo of the animal on Instagram, after it died.
Cueto, 32, wrote “my horse Popeye died” for the caption on the photo, which confirmed the animal on its side throughout the grass.
The pitcher owns a 500-acre ranch in his native nation, the Dominican Republic, the place he moreover tends to cows, chickens and goats. He posted a quantity of further motion pictures and footage of Popeye, sooner than his demise.
This just isn’t the first time Cueto has posted a photo of one of his lifeless horses. This moreover just isn’t the first time he has misplaced a horse named Popeye. The pitcher moreover posted a photo of one different Popeye after that horse died in 2016.
Cueto posted a 3.23 ERA and a 3-2 doc in 9 begins closing season. The two-time All-Star has a 3.45 ERA with a 29-15 doc on the hill in three seasons with the Giants. He joined the franchise in 2016. Cueto is about to make $21.8 yearly by means of 2021. The Giants have a $22 million chance for Cueto’s suppliers in 2022, with a $5 million buyout.
Giants pitchers and catchers report again to spring teaching on Thursday in Scottsdale, Ariz. Cueto is predicted to miss your full season after current course of Tommy John surgical process in August.