The Pfister Hotel is notorious for its ghost rumors, and the MLB stars don’t want to be a part of staying there.
The legendary Milwaukee Built in 1893, the hotel is widely speculated to be haunted by paranormal spirits.
Through the years, MLB Teams that have stayed there have seen unusual activity.
And that has prompted some MLB stars to choose to reside elsewhere.
Los Angeles dodgers Star Mookie Betts decided to stay in an Airbnb with friends when the Dodgers had a three-game set against the Brewers in Milwaukee.
He spoke to that Orange County Registry that he didn’t want to take any risks.
“You can tell me what happened after that,” Betts said.
“I just don’t want to find out for myself.”
Well, some players figured it out.
Bryce Harper from the Philadelphia Phillies shared his experience at the hotel.
“I put a pair of jeans and a shirt on the table at the foot of the bed,” Harper explained ESPN.
“When I woke up in the morning – I swear by everything – my clothes were on the floor and the table was across the room.”
New York Yankees hitter Giancarlo Staton likened it to a house being hunted.
“It reminds me of the Disneyland Haunted House. The less time I spend there, the better.”
Former MLB Allstar Brandon Phillips explained that his room devices turned on out of nowhere.
“I came into the room and just sat on the bed. Then for some reason the damn radio came on. So I turned it off and got in the shower.”
“By the time I was done, that mom was back on.”
And another former MLB star, Michael Young, said he heard people walking at night.
“I was in bed after a night game and I was outside. My room was locked but I could hear these footsteps stomping around in my room.”
The Pfister isn’t the only “haunted hotel” used by MLB teams.
The Florida Renaissance Vinoy Resort in Tampa enjoys a similar reputation.