Justin Verlander gets absolutely lit up by his little bro on National Siblings Day

Aug 9, 2017; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Justin Verlander (35) tips his hat to the crowd as he walks off the field after the eighth inning against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Wednesday was National Siblings Day and if you happened to be on social media I am sure you came across plenty of old photos and special messages from people telling their brother and sisters just how much they love them.

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Some of those people used the day as an opportunity to take a loving shot at their sibling(s) by posting an old photo or video which may be embarrassing for their brother or sister.

Not surprisingly, former Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander used NSD as a chance to take a fun poke at his brother Ben by posting the following photo on Instagram for millions to see.

But when Ben came across the photo, he decided that instead of getting even with Justin, he was going to bury him and he did just that.

The video below posted by Ben Verlander shows video of when he hit a home run off of Justin back in 2016 during a Spring Training game.

As you can see in the comments if you click on the post, all Justin could do is tip his cap to his younger brother for dropping the mic!

Sometimes little bro gets that last laugh!



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