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Man pours Dr. Pepper on himself while videobombing John Kruk (GIF)

ESPN baseball analyst John Kruk was videobombed by a man who poured Dr. Pepper on himself during a live postgame SportsCenter segment outside of Fenway Park after Game 1 of the World Series in Boston. The man stepped into a background of a close-up shot of Kruk when he took his T-shirt off. Producers switched to a shot of the full Baseball Tonight crew, but the man was still...

Dude takes off Dr. Pepper shirt, pours soda on himself behind John Kruk (GIF)

An old ad jingle for Dr. Pepper way back when included the line, “Wouldn’t you like to be a Pepper, too?” While I enjoy Dr. Pepper just fine, if wearing a Dr. Pepper shirt while standing behind ESPN’s “Baseball Tonight” crew during a “SportsCenter” broadcast and then removing said shirt only to next pour pop […]The post Dude takes off Dr. Pepper shirt, pours soda...

Video: Red Sox fan videobombs John Kruk while pouring soda on himself

Boston Red Sox fans were very happy after Wednesday's 8-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 1 of the World Series. If you don't believe me, take this young fellow for example, who proceeded to videobomb John Kruk and the rest of the Baseball Tonight crew, by stripping off his Dr. Pepper shirt, and pouring Coca-Cola all over himself. It's quite...

Fan Dr. Pepper Bombing John Kruk At World Series

  Some of you are still requesting this one. I was going to let the sites who stayed up to see this live…

GIF: Dr. Pepper brings us the world’s all-time worst videobomb

Red Sox fan behind John Kruk screams, rips off his Dr. Pepper shirt, and then pours Dr. Pepper all over himself during SportsCenter's World Series broadcast

Shirtless Fenway Fan Douses Himself in Soda Behind John Kruk on ‘Baseball Tonight’ Set (GIF)

Fenway Park was an exciting place to be Wednesday night. The Red Sox shelled Adam Wainwright and the Cardinals to take Game 1 of the World Series, and what better way to celebrate the home team’s victory than by taking your shirt on national television and emptying a bottle of soda on your head. Following in the footsteps of last Saturday’s Clemson Gameday bro, one fan interrupted...

SportsCenter videobomber douses himself in Dr. Pepper

Is this moment from the SportsCenter set for their live post game coverage of Game 1 of the World Series one of the weirdest video bombs we've ever seen… or one of the most clever marketing ploys of all-time. This random fan walks behind John Kruk, takes his Dr. Pepper shirt off, and then douses himself in, you guessed it, Dr. Pepper. How gross and sticky.  I guess it really...

2013 World Series: Too close for ESPN analysts to call

The 2013 World Series is just one day away from starting, and the hype and commentary about the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox is peaking. ESPN’s ‘Baseball Tonight’ analysts Curt Schilling and John Kruk are two of what appears to be many that feel this year’s Fall Classic will be a nail-biter. “I don’t think there’s a clear cut favorite,” Schilling said. “As...

St. Louis Cardinals vs Boston: World Series of polarizing fanbases

It’s the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox meeting in the 109th World Series, beginning tomorrow night. Game 2 is at Boston on Thursday. Games three through five will be at the St. Louis Cardinals, with the series finishing back up in New England, if necessary. It’s also the World Series of the two most polarizing fanbases in all of MLB. These are two extremely passionate...
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