The arrival of Juan Soto to the San Diego Padres revolutionized the baseball planet as soon as it was made public. No one thought that so many hours after the close of the Major League trade period, the outfielder would leave his old squad, the Washington Nationals, make little moves to California and wear the brown and gold Friars jacket. However, this is what happened, in front of everyone and amidst a sea of rumours, which made him stand elsewhere.
However, it seems that there was someone who didn’t know and when they encountered La Fiera they still didn’t know who he was. We’re talking about Soto’s new franchise barber Christian Garcia, a barbershop genius who makes a living cutting the hair of many prominent people in the United States and, of course, many of the Padres’ best sluggers. .
When Juanjo arrived in San Diego for his presentation, he knew there was something that couldn’t be missing: the touch of his form. For this reason, he asked several of his new teammates for recommendations on how to prepare before the press conference, and he didn’t hesitate a second to pass on Garcia’s contact.
Similarly Blake Snell’s stylists, Juricson professors Joe Musgrove and Jake Cronenworth, appeared at the hotel where Soto stayed minutes after being called by Quisquian’s representative. Once there, Christian did his job, but strangely enough, he didn’t realize that his new client was nothing more than a bombastic takeover of the city’s baseball team. Nevertheless, he later figured it out and took the opportunity to take some pictures with Joviel Quisquian.