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Video: Batting Stance Guy Gar Ryness Does Red Sox Batting Stances

Gar Ryness

With Spring Training around the corner and Boston’s baseball equipment making its way down south, I think it is time to ring in the upcoming baseball season with the lighter side of America’s pastime.

A while back, we showcased a video clip of Gar Ryness, or as he is known to the world: “The Batting Stance Guy”. Mr. Ryness has the uncanny ability to perfectly (and comically) mimic any professional baseball player’s batting stance.

I was cruising around YouTube (I visit a non-porn site once in a while to throw the FBI off my trail) and found these clips. The first is a video of Ryness imitating batting stances of Red Sox players of past and present. The other is the roster for the 2008 playoff squad. I hope you enjoy.

Red Sox: Past and Present

2008 Red Sox

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