Some people are very serious about their vacations.
Brewers pitcher Matt Garza appears to be one of those folks.
The right-hander was in Turks and Caicos in December when the Angels offered him a four-year, $52 million contract.
According to BrewersBeat, Garza did not respond to the offer because he and his wife were celebrating their anniversary in the exotic location and he did not want to be disturbed.
Anaheim eventually pulled the offer and six weeks later, Garza signed with the Brewers for four-years, $50 million.
It’s hard to blame a guy for not wanting to be disturbed when he’s hanging on that island.