Creator of Braves parody of 'Blurred Lines' calls it 'Dream Job' | News
ATLANTA -- In honor of the Atlanta Braves' winning the NL East, the team commissioned a fun parody of the hit Robin Thicke song "Blurred Lines."
The catchy tune, called "Baselines," is written and performed by Atlanta-based writer Aaron Chewning and includes a music video featuring mascot Homer, the Tomahawk Team and former Braves catcher Javy Lopez.
Watch the video below:
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