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The 6’4” White Sox pitcher was seen cruising on a red moped. 

By Extra Mustard
August 11, 2015

It has been 10 years since Chamillionare released “Ridin’ Dirty,” and yet the song remains relevant. Just ask White Sox reliever Scott Carroll. 

On Tuesday, Carroll posted a video of him driving alongside a friend, who captured the 6’4” pitcher singing the song's opening lyrics while cruising on a red moped.

No word yet if Chamillionaire was impressed enough to drop a Scott Carroll reference in a new song like he did for Hall of Famer Frank Thomas in “Here We Go Again.” In that song, Chamillionaire raps, “I was chilling with Frank Thomas the baseball player/You know the the one that played for the White Sox.”

Don't try this one at home, kids. 

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