Found March 13, 2013 on The Outside Corner:
The Harlem Shake craze will never...ever...die, and the Cleveland Indians are the latest pro sports team to jump on that train. Their Harlem Shake starts with new manager Terry Francona giving the team a pep talk of sorts before starting into the dance. Then, once the chaos begins, chaos truly begins, with Francona dressed as a baby, Nick Swisher as an Ohio State football player, and Jason Giambi as the green man, among others. TribeVibe has the full list of players and costumes. I'll give the Indians a B+ for effort on this one...it was a pretty solid effort. [TribeVibe] [follow]
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