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October 1, 2014 at 6:50 AM

Video: Mariners’ Tom Wilhelmsen shows off amazing dance moves

Mariners relief pitcher Tom Wilhelmsen shows off his dance moves for the Safeco Field crowd before the Mariners' final game of the season.  Dean Rutz / Seattle Times staff

Mariners relief pitcher Tom Wilhelmsen shows off his dance moves for the Safeco Field crowd before the Mariners’ final game.
Dean Rutz / Seattle Times staff

Mariners relievers had an incredible 2014 season, and Tom Wilhelmsen was a big part of the bullpen’s success. But Wilhelmsen, also known as The Bartender because of his job when he was out of baseball before being picked up by Seattle, has added to the legend and lore of this  group with some dance moves you’ll have to see to believe.

Here are two videos of some of his moves that were on display this season, including on Sunday when the Mariners’ season ended. Apparently he’s been doing this before games all year to “Turn down for What” by DJ Snake and Lil John.

Watch and enjoy.

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