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San Francisco Giants broadcasters Jon Miller and Dave Flemming showed off their 'Gangnam Style' dance moves between innings during Saturday night's game at AT&T Park against the San Diego Padres.
The Giants needed a win to clinch the National League West division and entered the top of the ninth holding an 8-4 lead, victory seemed a near certainty. The crowd was on their feet as "Gangnam Style" played over the loud speakers, and as the screens showed Miller and Flemming doing their moves, the crowd cheered in approval.
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The race to the NL West title is over! Your San Francisco Giants have been on a tear, and weren’t stopping till they stamped their ticket to the 2012 playoffs! This NL West Championship is the Giants second in a three year span. I’m sure you didn’t forget about them winning the NL West in 2010, did you? Let’s hope this year has the same ending results as it did in 2010 ...
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Giants broadcaster Jon Miller showed off his “Gangnam Style” dance moves following the San Francisco Giants clinching the National League West crown on Saturday. The San Francisco Giants clinched their second National League West crown in three years and there was plenty of celebrating in San Francisco, nut none better that Jon Miller’s.
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IS THAT SO???
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How’d you get those rock hard cheeks Barry?
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