David Ortiz and Jose Bautista Prancercise Beautifully Before All-Star Game

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterJuly 16, 2013

If you are wondering how Jose Bautista and David Ortiz are getting to the All-Star Game, they will be traveling by prancercise. 

MLB Fan Cave (h/t Barstool Sports) caught up with the Red Sox slugger as he was getting in some "MLB The Show" time before the big game. 

While hitting home runs with your virtual self is undoubtedly a ton of fun, Ortiz has to get to Citi Field before the Midsummer Classic begins. 

Wanting to get loose before taking some hacks Tuesday night, Ortiz decided to travel by prancercise, which is really the only way to travel in 2013. 

Thankfully, he was joined by Blue Jays outfielder, Jose Bautista, who is dropping some serious prancing game on the streets of New York. 

For the few of you who have no clue why two MLB stars would be skipping and flailing about, CNN's Jeanne Moos has an in-depth report on the dancing sensation.  

Joanna Rohrback has gone from anonymous fitness aficionado to the star of a John Mayer music video, all the while causing Internet denizens to get out and capture their own rendition of fancy frolicking. 

Hopefully, this will be the end of the craze that swept the nation out of their seats, skipping and dancing into the streets. 

You can try but will ultimately fail to beat this dynamic duo at the fine art of prancercising. Our only hope is that one of these sluggers decides to walk up to the plate in the same way Tuesday night. 

Now that might finally solve the game's slumping ratings

 

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