Watch this Red Sox prospect's crazy, dance-like pre-pitching motion
Admit it: Sometimes while daydreaming about becoming a Major League pitcher, you'll think of a particularly weird delivery that may help make your 65-mph fastball (on a good day) play up. Suffice to say, I don't think any one has thought up what the Red Sox's No. 6 prospect Roniel Raudes does.
ESPN baseball writer Keith Law captured his bizarre squatting, around-the-head type motion that, if set to music, might set off the next great "Gangnam Style" dance craze.
Whether this helps distract batters or is simply his way of ensuring virality, it's working. The 19-year-old hurler reached Class A last year and posted a 3.65 ERA across 24 starts. That'll play, no matter what you do on the mound.
(h/t Big League Stew)