Marcus Stroman Seems Knowledgable Working At Best Buy
We always wonder whether we would recognize a star athlete when they are right in front of us. When Jimmy Fallon had Matt Harvey asking fans about Matt Harvey or when Greg Jennings worked at Modell's
, we always wondered what would happen if we were right in front of the athlete. Like, we want to say that if Matt Harvey came up to us and asked us a question on the street, we'd be sure we'd know who it was. We would want to say that if we walked into Modell's, we would be like "oh man, that's Greg Jennings, the realest guy in the league". But, we honestly aren't positive.
The latest example of a star athlete dressing up is Marcus Stroman of the Toronto Blue Jays. Promoting the release of R.B.I. Baseball 16 at a Best Buy in Toronto, Stroman dressed up as a salesman. Maybe it was the hiding the Odell Beckham hair or perhaps it was the glasses, but numerous patrons purchasing the game had no idea they were talking to Stroman. Naturally, Stroman is on the cover of the game and asking about himself.
The video below is not the funniest we've seen, but Stroman is very likable and it's pretty astounding nobody at all recognizes him. Of course, if they did they probably wouldn't have made the cut for the video.
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