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There might not be a more entertaining player in Major League Baseball than Seattle Mariners shortstop Munenori Kawasaki.Back on Sunday afternoon, Kawasaki was on first base and decided to show a little gamesmanship against New York Yankees pitcher Freddy Garcia.Watch as Kawasaki fake steals second base and runs in place for a few seconds:Your browser does not support iframes. In case you forgot, we showed off Munenori's dancing skills in a previous post.
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Since he’s not good at baseball, I can only assume stuff like this is the reason he’s in the MLB. And this. And this
Seattle Mariners shortstop Munenori Kawasaki running in place.
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