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Via the MLB Fan Cave comes this rather hilarious video of Red Sox slugger David Ortiz prancercising his way to the 2013 MLB All-Star game. Along the way he’s joined by Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista, and the pair take the hot new workout fad to exciting new levels… And if you haven’t been exposed to the phenomenon that is Prancercise®: A Fitness Workout, here’s the original… You’d think it would be nearly impossible to top Joanna Rohrback’s original video, but seeing two professional baseball players prancercising down the streets of New York is beyond ridiculous. [H/T to reader Tyler] The post David Ortiz and Jose Bautista ‘Prancercise’ their way to the 2013 MLB All-Star Game appeared first on Last Angry Fan.
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The Red Sox’ designated hitter, who’s never been afraid to get in front of a camera, is back at it again for MLB’s Fan Cave promotional efforts. Ortiz, who is in New York for Tuesday night’s All-Star Game, found some extra time to get a little prancercising in.
David Ortiz and Jose Bautista busted out their Prancercising chops for an MLB All-Star game promotional video. It looks like the two all-star sluggers do not quite have the moves down quite yet. Stick to hitting home runs, guys.
In case you’re unfamiliar with prancersicing, here is how the phenomenon started.
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Boston Red Sox DH David Ortiz warms up for the 2013 MLB All-Star Game by prancercising down the streets outside the MLB Fan Cave. He even has a special guest, Jose Bautista join him.
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Aside from trolling Dustin Pedroia during the All-Star Game intros, Miguel Cabrera was having some fun on third as he partook in a little dance before Toronto’s Jose Bautista drove him home.
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There's apparently more to the big DH than crushing clutch home runs. Watch David Ortiz "Prancercise" his way to the All Star Game at NESN.com or via the video below.
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David Ortiz and Jose Bautista Prancersize.
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