The Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders are keeping sharp this offseason by performing for Double-A baseball fans in Harrisburg, Pa.
Yeah, I don't have a clue either.
Joe Kinsey of Busted Coverage happened upon this very video that apparently took place at Metro Bank Park during a game between the Washington Nationals affiliate Senators team and New Britain.
Joe Hermitt of The Patriot News has more from the Cowboys trip to Eagles country.
The world-famous squad entertained the crowd between innings and then met with fans later in the evening. Several in attendance wore their Cowboy colors, although a faint E-A-G-L-E-S, Eagles chant could be heard in the distance.
Your guess is as good as mine as to why the Eagles weren't asked to lend their beautiful contingent of cheerleaders.
One report from The Patriot News' Jeff Reinhart stated they were in town to lend their expertise in a cheerleading camp, but they did more than just that. They got these fans through some otherwise drab innings.
Of course, this is the dog days on the sports calendar. Baseball has the night off, the NBA and the NFL are continuing their offseason respite and the only thing taking place is some MLS action and the ESPYs.
So go ahead and savor this random moment when NFL cheerleaders headed into enemy territory to entertain fans who watched two teams battle for over three hours Tuesday night.
It also seems like the Cowboys cheerleaders are a good luck charm for Harrisburg sports, because the Senators ending up beating the Rock Cats, 6-4.
Perhaps it's time to have the ladies back every summer.
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