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Gatorade bottles are cap friendly

FILE - This is an Aug. 15, 2006,

FILE - This is an Aug. 15, 2006, file photo showing Tiger Woods taking a drink of Gatorade on the driving range after his practice round for the 88th PGA Championship, in Medinah, Ill. A year has passed since the infamous crash that started it all, and Woods appears ready to re-enter the marketing game. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi, File) (Credit: AP Photo/LENNY IGNELZI)

Don’t get me wrong: Major League Baseball has every right to plant a rainbow of Gatorade flavors in front of its coaches and players during postseason news conferences.

I assume the company pays handsomely for the privilege, and no one is forcing us to drink the stuff.

But wouldn’t it look a little more real, and less awkward, if they removed the cap on at least one bottle, making it look like a source of refreshment than a cheesy advertising prop?

Some ice would be nice, too.

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