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Chihuahuas’ Cody Decker Makes Guest Appearance On Keith Olbermann Show [VIDEO]

While many of the El Paso Chihuahuas were flying into Salt Lake City for tonight’s game, Cody Decker stayed behind in El Paso last night. At least he had a good excuse. Decker appeared as a guest on the Keith Olbermann Show, which airs on ESPN2. Olbermann is a big fan of the Chihuahuas slugger, and has already aired two of his YouTube videos this season featuring teammate Jeff Francoeur. That was a big discussion in part one of their interview.

Decker stayed with Olbermann for a second segment and discussed his second full season in Triple-A, his acting career, his Chihuahuas Bark In The Park jersey, and his love for Dodgers announcer Vin Scully.

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