In Major League Baseball, the family-friendly American sport, no one smokes weed. Allegedly. Wink. Nudge.

It’s almost impossible to be a stoner in the minors. Baseball’s hella straight until you get to the big leagues.

Ryan Tucker will tell you all about it. Tucker is a former Florida Marlins reliever. He’s 30 now.

His fastball still has a little movement on it, though not enough to keep him in a National League uni. The pitcher’s pro baseball journey is behind him, but his next trip is just starting: He’s starting up a cannabis business in California.

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Donnell Alexander ~ Leafly.com ~

 

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