NL East Champions Atlanta Braves Sing Their Own ‘Blurred Lines’ Parody Called ‘Baselines’ [VIDEO]
We're getting down to the wire. Soon the top major league baseball teams will be playing in October for the top prize, a World Series championship. Joining the Boston Red Sox in the postseason will be the NL East Champions, the Atlanta Braves. To celebrate the occasion, they made a parody music video.
According to All Alabama, an Atlanta comedian, a former Braves player, the mascot Homer and members of the Braves' team took the song of the summer, "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke, and decided to make their own music video called "Baselines."
As entertaining as it is, if you do make it to the World Series Atlanta Braves, you'll have to topple one of the best in the league, the Boston Red Sox. Watch their video below.