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Ryan Dempster AppearancesDuring their series with the Yankees, Rangers teammates Derek Holland and Ryan Dempster stopped by the MLB Fan Cave in Greenwich Village to give their best Harry Caray impressions. Dempster, the two-time NL All Star has been also known to imitate others spot on, such as Chris Farley and Fat Bastard.

Both pitchers sat in front of the 15-screen Cave Monster to tape a video skit that will appear on MLBFanCave.com. You can watch their latest Harry Caray skit here.  They were fitted with silvery wigs, big black glasses, sportcoat and ties, and told to give commentary of their own highlights that were being shown on the TV wall. The best part is that they had to do it in Harry Caray voices. There was no script, and they were told to just let it fly, go off on tangents and live up to the Hall of Fame announcer’s inimitable mannerisms.

Dempster is widely known for his laid-back attitude, constantly joking with fans and teammates, and is said to be a positive contribution to a team’s clubhouse. Dempster’s fun and easy-going personality was especially evident when, in comments to an Arizona newspaper in 2007, Dempster stated that if his career as a closer began to tumble, he would pursue ninja training.

A fan favorite, jokester but a true class act, Ryan was recently traded from the Chicago Cubs where he spent 8 years of his career. He finally hopes he will get his chance to win a World Series with a contender like the Texas Rangers, who represented the AL in the last two World Series. In the offfseason, Ryan is very involved in appearances, speaking engagements and supporting the Dempster Family Foundation. To get involved, visit his foundation’s website at www.22qbus.com

For more info about athlete appearances at the MLB Fan Cave in New York City, make sure to visit, www.MLBFanCave.com

Watch a Video of Ryan Dempster Giving His Best Harey Carey Impression on What He Would Have Said Hitting His First HR:

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