Trevor Bauer can contemplate himself a blessed guy. At 28, he has a really profitable and worthwhile profession as a pitcher in Major League Baseball.
He has amassed a $30 million fortune in the course of 9 seasons of participating in baseball at the optimum stage for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds. A 28-calendar year-previous man who can make hundreds of thousands a calendar year have to have some pricey hobbies and so does Bauer, who is into luxurious automobiles.
His assortment features a 2016 McLaren 650S for which he compensated a $300,000. Sadly, it no extended is in suggestion-prime condition, while – fairly the reverse, in truth.
His delight and pleasure was totaled on Tuesday whilst stationed at a dealership in Houston, Texas. In what can only be explained as a freak incident, a tire on a semi truck driving on a neighboring freeway arrived free, flew throughout 6 lanes of targeted traffic and smashed into the showroom, landing suitable on prime of Bauer’s McLaren!
It was a wonder the runaway tire didn’t strike any person, but the British supercar was not that blessed. In accordance to TMZ, the vehicle is a publish-off but thankfully it’s insured, so Bauer received’t acquire a strike. Hunting at the photograph, a single can see the huge wheel resting on the supercar’s motor compartment but the problems does not seem to be that spectacular from this angle. It doesn’t appear like anything that are unable to be fixed, but the insurance coverage enterprise evidently understands extra about this than we do.
Unsurprisingly, Bauer was in a position to joke about the complete issue in a tweet. You would have likely joked much too if you had been to make a interesting $18 million in the course of the up coming year of whichever it is that you’re undertaking.
Yesterday, if you informed me a semi truck would complete my Mclaren, I would’ve considered you. If you informed me it would occur like THIS? I would’ve explained you’re out of your thoughts. If this isn’t @Mayhem I don’t know what is @Allstate pic.twitter.com/XqdiIgojB8
— Trevor Bauer (@BauerOutage) November 27, 2019