Who knew the Easter Bunny had moves? If there were any doubters, he proved them wrong during the Nationals' 6-4 win over the Phillies on Sunday.
During the Presidents Race — where giant-headed mascots of former presidents like George Washington, Abe Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt compete in an on-field race — the Easter Bunny made a festive appearance.
Teddy — who famously can never seem to catch a break — was having a great Sunday and race, when, out of nowhere, the Easter Bunny came flying in and viciously tackled poor Teddy to the ground.
The bunny! FROM THE TOP ROPE! pic.twitter.com/ZewhZHpBWP— MLB GIFS (@MLBGIFs) April 16, 2017
Pretty impressive for someone whose reputation paints him as a fluffy, woodland creative who joyfully delivers baskets and hides eggs for children.
As the Redskins look to buff up their defense this offseason, perhaps they'd like to invite the Easter Bunny out to practice one day. Just a thought.
Here's another view of Teddy getting destroyed, along with the other presidents.
Check out angle. Sneak attack. pic.twitter.com/frDQjntLJ2— David Schwab (@david_schwab) April 17, 2017
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