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Posted at 6:00 PM ET, 11/24/2010

Nationals' Ryan Zimmerman -- not so boring after all! -- busts some moves in wedding video

By The Reliable Source

The Nats' Ryan Zimmerman gets super-freaky at a friend's wedding last weekend. (YouTube)

So you got your wedding party to do a wacky group dance? That's so 2009. These days if you want the video of your special day to go viral, it probably helps to have a celebrity among your groomsmen. That's why we think you and thousands (hundreds?) of other Nationals fans will spend a part of your holiday weekend checking out the moves of Ryan Zimmerman (quick, in case they take it off YouTube). As our colleague Dan Steinberg notes, the Nats slugger has disappointed by being, well, kind of boring for a fledgling superstar. But at last weekend's nuptials of his high school pals Brooks Sinnen and Whitney Tossone, he twirled, he dipped, he grinded, he got freaky -- all with a totally deadpan expression. The guy can actually move.

Now go see the video... Ryan's at about the 2:00 mark.


By The Reliable Source  | November 24, 2010; 6:00 PM ET
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