CINCINNATI - It's no secret Reds pitcher Bronson Arroyo enjoys his work as a musician when he's not on the mound.
But his most recent performance may become a fan favorite, especially if you like Adam Sandler.
During last weekend's series against the Mets in New York, Arroyo and fellow Reds pitcher Aroldis Chapman stopped by the MLB Fan Cave to perform a spoof of Sandler's popular "Red Hooded Sweatshirt" song.
The MLB Fan Cave in New York City's Greenwich Village mixes baseball with music, popular culture, media, interactive technology and art.
Players often stop by the fan cave, which also serves as a social media hub for fans. More than 200 MLB players and celebrities have visited the fan cave and created more than 400 online videos at www.mlbfancave.com .
Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips stopped by the fan cave during Cincinnati's first trip to New York this season in May. The three-time Gold Glove winner sat down for some "Bizarre Foods" with celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern.
Watch the Reds' players performances as well as Sandler's popular song in the video players below. (Note: mobile and tablet users will need to go to a browser version of WCPO.com to watch the videos)
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