Cody Decker is spending his second season with the Reno Aces, the Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks. The 32-year old has just 22 at bats in 12 games this season, but he is also two home runs away from 200 for his Minor League career.

Despite seeing limited action on the field, the former El Paso Chihuahuas' fan favorite has not lost his sense of humor. In fact, he recently released a new video as part of his Antihero Baseball which poked fun at his lack of playing time for the Aces. He even was able to get Aces manager Chris Cron to make a terrific cameo appearance.

Anyone old enough to remember John Cusack's iconic boombox scene in Cameron Crowe's 1989 film "Say Anything" will get a kick out of Decker's latest project.

Unlike the scene in "Say Anything", Decker does not get the same result from his attempt to play Peter Gabriel's "Your Eyes" to get more at bats with the Aces.

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