Michael Chavis Will Not Get To Rock These Sick Ice Horse-Themed Cleats

by NESN Staff

August 24, 2019

Major League Baseball’s Players’ Weekend is an opportunity for players to display some flair on the field, even if everyone isn’t exactly thrilled about the uniforms.

We’ve seen some incredibly creative cleats throughout the weekend. But there is one set of cleats we won’t get to see on the field.

With Michael Chavis currently on a rehab assignment in Triple-A Pawtucket, the injured Boston Red Sox infielder won’t get the opportunity to show off some sweet cleats he had designed with his Ice Horse moniker in mind.

The spikes also brought a Game of Thrones twist.

Check them out:

This Players’ Weekend ended up being quite the nightmare for the Sox rookie. First, he was not able to put “Ice Horse” on the back of his jersey because he did not get the nickname until after he submitted “Chief.” Next, the slugger was forced to miss the weekend all together because of a sprain in his left shoulder.

Hopefully, we get to see these sweet spikes next season.

Thumbnail photo via Brian Fluharty/USA TODAY Sports Images
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