Twins' Swarzak is ready to hunt for Bigfoot

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Twins' Swarzak is ready to hunt for Bigfoot

The Twins and White Sox will be battling for a series win in their three-game matchup tonight at U.S. Cellular Field, but one member of the Minnesota roster continues to search for more.

Twins reliever Anthony Swarzak believes in Sasquatch, or Bigfoot, and plans to hunt for the mythical creature in his spare time.

Swarzak began watching "Finding Bigfoot" and "MonsterQuest" and has quickly became--as his teammates would say--a bit obsessed with the over-sized, ape-like being.

So far, Minnesota outfielder Trevor Plouffe is the only teammate to jump on board with Swarzak's beliefs.

"I think there's a possibility, Plouffe said of Sasquatch to Fox Sports North. "I think there's places in our world that are uninhabitable for humans and could be inhabitable for other creatures, just like the deep sea."

Swarzak plans to search through the northwest region on Minnesota on an off-day and hopes to travel to northern California's Marble Mountain to search for a Sasquatch.

He and Bobo could really do some damage if they were to work together on "Finding Bigfoot".

Cubs release Munenori Kawasaki and keep the door open for his return

Cubs release Munenori Kawasaki and keep the door open for his return

MESA, Ariz. – The Cubs released Munenori Kawasaki on Tuesday, allowing the popular, high-energy Japanese infielder to see what's out there while still keeping the door open for his return.

The timing would also allow the Cubs to avoid paying the $100,000 retention bonus to Kawasaki, who's played parts of five big-league seasons with the Seattle Mariners, Toronto Blue Jays and last year's World Series team.

"Hopefully, we get a chance to sign him back," manager Joe Maddon said at the Sloan Park complex. "A guy like him needs to take advantage of how well he's playing and possibly see if there's a chance to get a major-league job."

With that move, the Cubs cut the roster to 30 players on their second-to-last day in the Cactus League this spring. Between Addison Russell, Ben Zobrist and Javier Baez – and prospects like Ian Happ and Chesny Young – the Cubs would appear to be covered up the middle for now. 

"You can never have enough middle infielders," Maddon said. "I'd love to have him, no question. Hopefully, he's going to be back. Again, this is one of those things where the word 'release' is a very harsh word, but I think it can be rectified possibly. I hope he comes back to us."

Kristin Cavallari shows off her favorite NFL tight end: A nude Jay Cutler

Kristin Cavallari shows off her favorite NFL tight end: A nude Jay Cutler

Kristin Cavallari continues to chronicle husband Jay Cutler's life as a free agent in the most epic way possible.

With a revealing Instagram photo Tuesday morning, she may have hinted at a position change for the former Bears QB...to tight end! (Get it?)

For the NSFW version, head to KCavs' Instagram page.

Smokin' Jay takes on a whole new meaning now.

It's still apparent Jay Cutler just "DOON'T CAAAREE."

There are so many Bears jokes and puns to be made here:

Bare Down. 

Once a bare, always a bare?

Bare at heart?

Looks like he's in some bare weather.

We know who KCavs' tight end sleeper is in fantasy football this year. No ifs ands or butts about it.

Ummm...

OK I'm out.