Who is the MLB All-Star who chose a guest house instead of a hotel rumored to be haunted?

How many adults will believe in the existence of ghosts in the 21st century? However, a professional baseball player whose body is a fortune might be wrong in his beliefs, so he decided not to take the risk.

According to a report by USA Today on the 10th (Korean time), The Pfister Hotel, completed in 1893, is one of the most iconic and historic buildings in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. The reviews are good enough to receive 4 stars (out of 5) on the online review site Yelp.온라인카지노

However, the evaluation of this place among major league baseball players is mixed. This hotel is notorious, at least in the baseball world, so there are quite a few people who hesitate to stay. Most recently, it was Los Angeles Dodgers All-Star outfielder Mookie Betts. Why? The Pfister Hotel is famous for being haunted by rumors.

During the Dodgers’ three-game series against the Brewers in Milwaukee, Betts decided to stay at an Airbnb instead of the hotel because he didn’t want to lose precious sleep worrying about the supernatural.

In an interview with the Orange County Register, Betts said she stays away in case the stories about the ghost at the Pfister Hotel are true.

Betts explained that he had stayed at the Pfister Hotel before, but he couldn’t relax during his stay.

“I couldn’t sleep,” Betts told the Orange County Register. “Every time I heard all the noise, I thought, ‘What’s going on with that?'” Betts recalled.

Betts’ Airbnb stay seems to have helped him condition. Betts hit a leadoff home run that led the Dodgers to a 6-2 victory.


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