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Here’s A Guy Taking A Leak & Playing Urine-Controlled Video Game At Minor League Park [VIDEO]

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When the Lehigh Valley IronPigs announced they were installing urinal video games in the men’s restrooms at Coca-Cola Park, we figured it would be just a matter of time before fans of the Phillies’ Triple-A affiliate would start posting their piss-fueled high scores and strong-streamed gameplay action. Well, it hasn’t quite worked out that way. Turns out that minor league baseball fans don’t rush to post self-revealing info the same way teenage girls do. A few dudes were brave enough to let it rip though. Here’s their scintillating game action:

The lack of online buzz didn’t stop the IronPigs’ urinal video game system from winning minor league baseball’s April promo of the month. The PofM award qualified the IronPigs for a highly coveted baseball prize: the Golden Bobblehead.

“The award makes the IronPigs an automatic finalist for the Golden Bobblehead Award, which will be presented at the September 2013 Minor League Promotional Seminar in Louisville, Ky.”

Seriously, we want to know who is dominating the urinal video games, because there’s no way fans are turning out just to watch a team whose biggest hope is that Phils’ prospect Jesse Biddle doesn’t skip them altogether on the way to the big leagues.

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