Red Sox Players, Coaches Engage In Lip Sync Battle At Winter Weekend (Video)


Who’s a better lip sync artist: Boston Red Sox first baseman Hanley Ramirez or pitching coach Carl Willis? Luckily, the club gave us a chance to find out.

During the Red Sox Winter Weekend at Foxwoods, the coaches and players got in a lip sync battle for the ages. The performances featured Willis leading the coaches in a rousing rendition of Billy Joel’s “Uptown Girl,” while Ramirez played lead Backstreet Boy on “I Want It That Way” with Joe Kelly, Matt Barnes, Henry Owens, Travis Shaw and Jackie Bradley Jr. behind him.

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While Ramirez’s solo performance was admirable, we think we’ll have to give this one to the coaches for a better team effort.

H/t Over the Monster

Thumbnail photo via Boston Red Sox pitching coach Carl Willis leads the coaches in a lip sync battle with the players.

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