Rays: Brett Phillips is a ranch dressing blessing (Photos)

Rays: Brett Phillips is a ranch dressing blessing (Photos)

You can laugh all you want. You can even guffaw like Phillips while he is being told a corny father joke. There is absolutely nothing to laugh about when it comes to his October achievement at the plate or his indisputable recommendation of the controversial however cool dressing. Put simply, Phillips is a cattle ranch dressing blessing. Veggie sticks have no chance when in the existence of awesomeness.
This is the best picture session we have seen given that Gardner Minshew accomplished perfection.

Brett Phillips, Tampa Bay Rays. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images).
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Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Brett Phillips is the finest cattle ranch dressing ambassador to ever exist.
Brett Phillips is not just a World Series hero for the Tampa Bay Rays, he is a walking ad for Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing.

Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Brett Phillips is a walking endorsement for ranch.
Provided that Halloween is just a couple of months away, you have much more motivation for what you can be this year. Though Minshew set the bar with his nation album getup, Phillips definitely approaches it with baseball trousers, an in reverse hat, sunglasses and a “ranch dressing is a true blessing” long-sleeved shirt. Good luck if you are not ready to change your viewpoint on ranch now.
What Phillips is doing for the cattle ranch industry is more impactful than what Hulk Hogan or The Flintstones ever provided for vitamins. Why eat a milky vitamin when you can eat tasty produce that grows from the ground with a healthy heaping of ranch on the side? After this picture session, the only individuals on earth who are not Phillips fans are people who side with Team Bleu Cheese.
Phillips must be the new face of cattle ranch dressing if Patrick Mahomes is the face of ketchup.

Just put, Phillips is a ranch dressing blessing. Minshew set the bar with his country album getup, Phillips definitely approaches it with baseball trousers, a backwards hat, sunglasses and a “cattle ranch dressing is a blessing” long-sleeved shirt. What Phillips is doing for the cattle ranch market is more impactful than what Hulk Hogan or The Flintstones ever did for vitamins.