We’re not sure why the video below is just now unveiling itself, but it’s incredible.
Allow us to set the stage. The Cardinals just won Game 7 of the 2011 World Series. As the celebration ensues at Busch Stadium, a man dressed in a full baseball uniform hops onto the field from the bleachers and joins the celebration.
He runs right past a cornucopia of security guards and field attendants….and right into the center of a World Series championship celebration. Incredible. Apparently, if you want to elude jail time for field trespassing, all you need is an oversized tee ball uniform these days.
Again, we’re not sure why this video is just now being discovered.
Frankly, we have a lot of questions.
1.) How did he leave the celebration? Dressed as an usher?
2.) Why the sunglasses at night? Unless you’re Tony La Russa, that’s a dead giveaway.
3.) Why is Colby Rasmus in the outfield bleachers filming this video?
NFL Training Camp is less than a month away, but if you’re looking for a statistical analysis of the upcoming Rams season, you’ve come to the wrong place. We are here to share Dude Perfect’s latest video featuring Greg Zuerlein and Johnny Hekker, the Rams’ kicker and punter, respectively.
For the past year, Dude Perfect has specialized in viral videos displaying seemingly impossible basketball shots. Over the house, from a moving car, on top of a skyscraper; anything is fair game for Dude Perfect. But they’ve never mastered the gridiron. That is, until today. The Rams brought them out to their practice facilities in Earth City and changed that.
In all seriousness, the Rams work in social arena is unparalleled.
Their ability to leverage young players and think outside the box with campaigns such as the Jeff Fisher fake mustaches, iPhone apps and little skits like this are making the collective brand much more fun to consume.