Minnesota Baseball Team Take Photobombs to Next Logical Level with Shaving Prank

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterMay 31, 2013

College baseball players are now digging very deep for hilarious videobomb opportunities, and we absolutely love it. 

Minnesota was taking on Nebraska in the Big Ten Tournament when manager John Anderson was asked to answer some questions about his left-handed pitcher. 

The interview goes on about something baseball related. I have no clue as to what, because I was completely captivated by the anarchy that was taking place behind the skipper. 

Any self-respecting gentleman allows a barber to give him a proper shave. It just so happens the Gophers have a couple of baseball gents on the team. 

Really, the only thing better would have been for the young man in the chair to have a hot towel on his face prior to getting this proper shave. 

Of course, this is just the latest videobomb from college baseball comedy troupes. The Cincinnati Bearcats set the bar extremely high with their behind-the-scenes antics. 

Then, the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles delivered this perfectly-executed canoe videobomb while one of their players was attempting to answer questions. 

As for Anderson's young men, they understand the best videobombs are done with ninja-like precision, because they flee the scene the second their manager turns towards the dugout. 

Minnesota would go on to lose the game 7-4, but its players managed to etch their names in the upper echelons of college baseball comedy classics. 

We can't wait to see what these teams have in store for us next season. 

 

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