LOOK: Here's proof the 53-year-old Rafael Palmeiro wants to make a comeback
Palmeiro has already said as much, and now here he is taking some hacks
Rafael Palmeiro, who's 53 years of age,. However, some notions require visual evidence before we're willing to make room for them in our coconuts.
With regard to Palmeiro's unlikely baseball aspirations, that visual evidence is about to come at your like a well-struck liner ...
Yep, that's Palmeiro himself crackin' a few to the back of the cage and confirm that, yes, "The comeback is real."
The swing looks good, which is what you'd expect from a guy who stacked up 3,020 hits and 569 homers at the highest level. Of course, he's 53, and lacing some BP fastballs in the cage is a far cry from handling major-league pitching.
Mets exist., Palmeiro's likely angling for a comeback in order to go out on his own terms after his unceremonious exit last time around and perhaps reset his Hall of Fame clock. It seems highly unlikely that a guy in his 50s with get a look with a big-league squad, but let's not forget that the
Developing? Sure, man. Why not.
CBS Sports HQ Daily Newsletter
Get the best highlights and stories - yeah, just the good stuff handpicked by our team to start your day.
Thanks for signing up!
Keep an eye on your inbox for the latest sports news.
There was an error processing your subscription.
Anthony Rendon has missed the last five games
Hoskins served up his own on-field justice Wednesday night
Here is everything you need to know about the day in baseball
The Rangers slugger is showing signs of leaping to stardom
Vlad Jr. will make his MLB debut Friday and capture the attention of the baseball universe
Maybin, 32, had been part of Cleveland's Triple-A team