WATCH: Yankees’ Nick Swisher leads prospects in Running Man Challege
June 25, 2016 - running watch
But he’d make things only a small some-more fun.
Swisher, tip attack awaiting Aaron Judge and a slew of other Yankees prospects assimilated a using male disturb on Thursday, recording a video of themselves doing only absurd things to a Ghost Town DJs 90s strike “My Boo.”
The Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre players assimilated a Cleveland Cavaliers, UConn Huskies women’s basketball group and large other athletes to record themselves doing some truly uncanny things to a dance.
Since we have your attention, here are a few Triple-A Scranton stats we should know:
- Swisher is attack .243 with 4 homers and 15 RBI in 36 games. He started off prohibited though strike only .200 in 22 games in May.
- Judge has strike a skids recently, too. He strike .183 in May with after attack .287 in April.
- Ben Gamel has strike .216 in 18 games given removing sent behind down to Triple-A. He strike .286 before a promotion.