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Kevin Youkilis and Biz Markie Team Up for Commercial

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Biz Markie has done it all. He’s made a hit single. He’s been a featured artist on a song by my favorite childhood band, The Aquabats! He even has a regular segment on Yo Gabba Gabba. Oh, and now he’s dressed as Ben Franklin and played the piano with Kevin Youkilis. That’s basically my entire bucket list.

All in all, it’s an entertaining commercial, though I was surprised that someone more colorful than Youkilis (think Ortiz, Pedroia, Papelbon) wasn’t chosen to be in something so funny.

Which player on the Red Sox do you think is best suited for commercials?

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Josh Segal is a professional shock artist and trash talker. He also occasionally writes opinion pieces about the Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, and their respective leagues at large. Segal is currently a junior at Kenyon College where he plans to double major in drama and political science. Apparently he also writes his own biographies in the third person.

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2 comments for “Kevin Youkilis and Biz Markie Team Up for Commercial”

  1. Actually, that’s me, or my homeboy Mozart. Not Ben Franklin. Still rocks though!

    Posted by Ludwig von Beethoven | August 27, 2011, 12:42 am
  2. Awesome mix there for a commercial. Reminds me of the creative power ESPN puts in to their “This is SportsCenter” line of work. A+

    Posted by thingsthatmakeyougohmm | August 28, 2011, 4:18 am

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