Showing posts with label Nose Job. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nose Job. Show all posts

Monday, March 26, 2012

Carlos Beltran pays for Jon Niese's Nose

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN NY,  Ex-Mets Outfielder Carlos Beltran, who offered last summer to pay for a nose job for Niese, has in fact paid the $10,000 bill, the New York Mets left-hander said.

Carlos Beltran said he would pay for Jon Niese's new nose, and he made good on his promise.

Beltran and Niese were teammates when the offer was made last July. Niese went through with the rhinoplasty procedure in October.

Beltran carried through with the promise despite having been traded away from the Mets. He spent the second half of last season with the San Francisco Giants, and now is with the Cardinals.

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Carlos Beltran agrees to pay for Jon Niese's New Nose

According to the NY Post, Carlos Beltran will pay the $10,000 debt owed on Jon Niese's New Nose.

When Beltran overheard Mets starter Jonathan Niese talking about getting a nose job, the then-Mets outfielder agreed to pay if he went through with it.

So Niese took him up on the offer and sent the bill to his former teammate.

The 25-year old left-hander told reporters, “Carlos and I were joking around about it, and he said he wanted me to get a new nose. Yeah, he’ll pay. I sent him the bill.“

Monday, February 20, 2012

Jon Niese gets a nose job thanks to Carlos Beltran

Before Carlos Beltran was traded to the San Francisco Giants last July, he playfully told New York Mets left-hander Jon Niese, "Hey, we need to get you a new nose."

Beltran offered to pay. Now he might be finding a bill in the mail soon, according to Niese.

Originally motivated by aesthetics, Niese got a nose job in October.

"He wanted me to have a new nose," Niese said about Beltran. "So he offered to pay for it. I was just like, 'All right.' Then it turned into seeing doctors and to getting it fixed."

An originally unintended byproduct of the rhinoplasty procedure is improved breathing, Niese said Monday, upon reporting to Mets camp.

"It's helped a lot with my running," he said. "It helps with my working out. As far as the mound, I'm not sure."

Niese, 25, ended last season on the disabled list with a strained intercostal muscle on his right side. He went 11-11 with a 4.40 ERA in 27 appearances (26 starts).

Niese is entrenched in the 2012 rotation that also is projected to include Johan Santana, R.A. Dickey, Mike Pelfrey and Dillon Gee.

"I wouldn't consider myself a veteran," Niese said. "But it feels good to have a couple of years under my belt. Now it's just taking it easy and going about my business as usual."
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