Harvard Baseball

If you haven’t had a chance yet to check out the Harvard baseball team’s rendition of Canadian Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe,” here’s your chance. The song, which gained attention after Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez Tweeted about it, launched the career of Ms. Jepsen. She has since been signed by a record label and launched her single. But the Harvard baseball team’s rendition of the song has brought the singer-songwriter further acclaim. Their YouTube video alone has been viewed by over 9 million people around the world already! That’s quite a lot of hits!

What do you think of the video? Do you think the players did a good job with the song? Will you be watching more Ivy League baseball games on account of their moves? Let us know your thoughts on the video by posting below! And just to give you some perspective on over 9 million hits, 9 million viewers would mark a network television hit show. Without question. Isn’t that kind of incredible that the Harvard baseball team was able to amass so many viewers? Wow!

And while you’re here, check out this post on a former Harvard athlete.


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