Earlier this week, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie showed how brave he is. While we won't crack wise about his weight—or his record—we will say that it takes a certain kind of man to rock a baseball uniform without a care in the world.

On Wednesday night at the NYPD's "True Blue" charity softball game (where he played third base and ultimately won the MVP award), the world didn't get treated to Christie finally announcing his rumored presidential candidacy, nor did he say he was planning on making changes to the state of New Jersey. No, this was worse. WAY worse.

Governor Christie decided to slide into a baseball uniform and, well... let his camel toe fly:

 

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We're sorry if that ruined your meal. We also understand if you need to Men In Black your memory:

Our main question is, where are Gov. Christie's homies? Surely he has a squad, and his squad could have advised him against, well, THIS. Were there no cups allowed at this charity softball game? They have to make jock straps that fit Christie, right? Did he look in the mirror like "yep, this works," and keep it moving? Whatever the case may be, Christie might need a new squad after this one.

Proceeds from this charity game went to families of fallen officers, as well as police-specific foundations. Former NYC mayor Rudy Giulliani was also in attendance, as were Giants head coach Tom Coughlin, Jets head coach Todd Bowles, and Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan, all participating on the celebrity team. 

And while you'd think that having a tight-ass baseball uniform would crush your manhood, it doesn't look like it hurt Christie's batting one bit: