Watch in awe as Roniel Raudes goes through his incredibly bizarre pre-pitching motion
Like snowflakes, fingerprints and the way one loads a dishwasher, every pitching motion is unique. However, the way Red Sox prospect Roniel Raudes gets ready to pitch isn't just unique, it's in its own brand of categorization.
As the right-hander sets to throw, he combines one part interpretative dance with one part "Star Wars" kid, mixed with a healthy dose of those wacky inflatable arms things that car dealerships have. Just check out this remarkable piece of on-field art from Friday's 9-6 victory against the Cardinals:
Hey, if it works for him -- which it seems to given his No. 11 ranking in the Red Sox's system.