Found June 13, 2013 on
It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Zach McAllister and current closer Vinnie Pestano took to the streets of New York City during a recent roadtrip with an MLB Fan Cave camera following them. The goal: a roving Kiss Cam. As you will see, Major League Baseball players have pull for absolutely no reason at all.
They found some people willing and others unwilling. But my concern stems with the basic premise. ”Hey, my eager beaver buddy and I want you two to kiss on camera. Go ahead, kiss her.” Especially the part where Pestano asks, “who wants it?” Two girls were standing together? Add in some barbaric grunting and you have yourself some entertainment.
Hey, Kiss Cam isn’t bashful.
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Note that Columbus was off yesterday.
Ronny Rodriguez (SS, Akron): 3-for-5, 1 R, 1 2B, 3 RBI
Rodriguez through the months:
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