Soon after Angel Cabrera won the Masters, I had just one question in my head: Is Cabrera accepting the largest green jacket ever made?
I just went through the heights and weights that are available of Masters champions and I believe the only guy who could have weighed more at the time of winning the tournament at Augusta National was Craig Stadler in 1982.
The man they call the "Walrus" is currently listed at 5-foot-10, 250 pounds, but he certainly wasn't that when he won 27 years ago. All I can find out was that Stadler's jacket size was a 46.
No word yet on the size of the threads put on Cabrera, who is a six-footer listed at 210 pounds.
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