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MLB Players on Milwaukee's Haunted Hotel

Sunday, June 2, 2013 9:23 AM

Professional athletes may be tough on the field but when it comes to ghosts, it's a whole different ballgame. The historic Pfister hotel in Milwaukee hosts many of the visiting ballclubs but it's rumored to be haunted, leaving guests with memorable experiences.

ESPN got the scoop from some of the best players around the league who have stayed at the infamous hotel. Among the spooky stories, Bryce Harper ended up switching rooms after waking up to his room in disarray, while Brandon Phillips was erred when the radio kept turning on in his room.

Some of the players even gave advice to dealing with the ghost: compromise. Pablo Sandoval explained, "The only thing I asked the ghosts was to let me sleep. And they did."

Whether you believe in ghosts or not, check out the full story here. 

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