Something strange took place during the game between the New York Mets and the Oakland Athletics at Oakland Coliseum on Friday. A woman wearing a neon green t-shirt, with the words “SMILE” on it, was just staring blank with a weird smile on her face, with no relevance whatsoever.
While maintaining the same expression, she was told to sit down by a security guard in the first inning, while the SNY’s cameras caught her creepy act in the fourth inning.
A similar act was caught in the Bronx in a game between the New York Yankees and the Red Sox. Though in this case it was a man, and his t-shirt DID NOT have the words “SMILE”. Speculations are this creepy act is part of a promotion for the horror movie “Smile” directed by Parker Finn starring Sosie Bacon, supposed to be released on the 30th of September 2022 in the US.
Is this certainly, part of a promotion or are these weird acts part of something paranormal, something most of us do not understand? Fans all around the world are in are eager to know the answer to this question.
Will DJ LeMahieu return to the New York Yankees’ lineup?
DJ LeMahieu’s plan to return to New York Yankees’ lineup took a turn for the worse, on Friday LeMahieu said he couldn’t he was not ready to start playing as of now. “It’s two weeks, it’s a little bit better,” Le Mahieu said before the Yankees beat the Red Sox, 5-4. “We have a week and a half left in the season.”
“So I don’t want to just shut it down and have to ramp up again. So I’m staying as ready as I can without being stupid. I don’t think at this point it’s really going to go away. It’s just, stay ready and let them know how I feel. I’ll be ready to go whenever that day is.”
With 12 games still left in the tank for the Yankees in the regular season, the 3-game series in Toronto could be “a possibility” for LeMahieu according to New York Yankees’ manager Aaron Boone.
After LeMahieu mentioned his need for at-bats before a play-off series Boone said “it’s possible”. “But it’s the great unknown,” Boone said Friday. “That’s what I keep saying about it. It’s been a really tricky injury to get our arms around. What treatment we can do, if and when you can do a shot, things like that. We’ll see.”