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Two Los Angeles Dodgers players showed no mercy when they took on a group of schoolkids in a recent game of dodgeball.
Catcher Drew Butera and second baseman Dee Gordon were in New York on Monday, and participated in a segment for the David Ortiz-produced MTV2 Show “Off The Bat From The MLB Fan Cave,” according to TMZ. The two engaged in a no-holds-barred dodgeball competition with children from the Grace Church School, and certainly had no reservations in taking kids out.
The kids tried their best to fire back, but it wasn’t really a close competition. Fortunately, it doesn’t look like anyone was hurt.
Check out the matchup in the video below.
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