Cuban legend Fergie Jenkins wins for best MLB key tweet

Chicago Cubs legend Fergie Jenkins won the internet on Wednesday with a tweet about the MLB lockdown and that his statue will hang at Wrigley Field this year.

The MLB lockdown has lasted long enough to possibly affect the start of the 2022 season and it’s just that no one is happy about it.

For players and teams eager to get started, it was disappointing.

For fans excited to see their players and teams on diamond, it’s disappointing.

And for former players hoping for special trophies, it’s also disappointing.

On the plus side, the lockdown has produced some incredible tweets, such as tweets from Block legend Fergie Jenkins on Wednesday.

Fergie Jenkins wins for best MLB key tweet

“This lockdown needs to end soon, I don’t have room in the garage for an 8-foot statue of myself!” Jenkins tweeted.

If you didn’t know, Jenkins will be honored with a statue outside Wrigley Field during the 2022 season. The delayed start of the season could bring his statue dedication to a halt.

This is what the statue is supposed to look like.

Jenkins played for the Cubs from 1966 to 1973 and again in 1982 and 1983. He was a three-time All-Star and Cy Young Award winner. He won 20 games in six seasons with Chicago, leading the league in wins in 1971 and 1974.

He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1991 and is a member of the newly opened Cubic College of Fame class. Cuban legend Fergie Jenkins wins for best MLB key tweet

John Verrall

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