*By Conor White* One of the greatest hitters of his generation, the former Major League Baseball star Mo Vaughn said he has no desire to enter the batter's box, even in an era when home runs are being hit at the highest rate ever. "When I was playing, there was one guy throwing 100 miles per hour," said Vaughn in an interview Friday with Cheddar. "Now there's 25 guys throwing 100 miles per hour. So I'm right where I need to be, watching these great players and these great teams play." And Vaughn watches comfortably clad in clothes from his MVP Collections, a clothing line for big and tall men. Vaughn is the CEO and started the company in 2016 after he got fed up having his clothes custom-made to fit his big frame. "I just decided the big and tall guy needed to have opportunities out there to buy clothes with style and fashion, and that's how the brand started," he said. MVP Collections includes athleisure and weekend wear , as well as cothes for a night out. Jeans go for about $128 a pair, and T-shirts are around $30. For the full interview, [click here]( https://cheddar.com/videos/hitting-a-home-run-in-fashion).

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