VIDEO: Cincinnati baseball team perfects the art of the photobomb
Instead of the same boring postgame interviews, the University of Cincinnati baseball team has spiced things up with creative photobombs.
For the most part, on-field postgame interviews are boring as heck. The player spouts cliches and maybe he'll catch a pie in the face if it's a walk-off win, but otherwise they're completely forgettable.
The University of Cincinnati baseball team doesn't want its interviews to be forgettable, though. This year they've employed some all-time great photobombing techniques to make each interview a must see. Here's a compilation video:
Have you ever heard of the 20-80 scouting scale? Scouts use it to grade individual tools with 20 being the worst and 80 being the best. I don't know much about the pro prospects of the Cincinnati players, but those are 80 photobomb tools right there.
(h/t Big League Stew)
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