Baseball Players bore spectators with an unimpressive game of “Sit, Stand, Lie”
During a time out at a recent match-up between the New York Mets and the Washington Nationals, three players decided to embark on a popular improvisation game called “Sit, Stand, Lie.” After asking the audience for a suggestion, the players got into positions to start the improv game. As none of the players had any formal improvisation training, the scene was pretty bland and the spectators soon turned on Washington Nationals player Jayson Werth as he was just lying on the ground for the whole scene. To appease the audience, the referee called him out, which resulted in a double play for the New York Mets. ASJ
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