YouTube sensation Keenan Cahill is going to be the man of the night at AT&T Park Tuesday night.
Cahill caught the eye of Giants slugger Cody Ross who helped organize a benefit night in his honor.
If you don't know, Cahill's story: He has a rare genetic disorder called Maroteaux-Lamy Syndrome that has stunted his growth. He is 16-year-old, but still appears to be a child.
To promote the night Ross got an assist from one Brian Wilson and one Lou Seal. The group posted their own video to Taio Cruz' Dynamite. The clip has 1.8 million views.
Cahill started posted videos on YouTube a few years back as a peronal outlet and
they quickly went viral.
What do you get when you combine one of the most popular post-season super stars with the most famous Social Media / Youtube icons on the planet? You'll just have to show up to the park that night to find out! What we can tell you is that your ticket package will include a very cool "Ross is Boss" shirt jersey and a ticket to the game. Keep your eye on the scoreboard to see the full video production of a highly anticipated Giants & Keenan Cahill video! Proceeds from ticket sales will help benefit causes dear to both Cody & Keenan.
The video shows the dance moves of both Ross and Wilson. The four-pack (including Lou Seal) taped the following during Spring Training in Scottsdale. It's at this link as well if you have trouble getting it to play.