The MLB team's former manager didn't even crack a smile when the "Gangnam Style" singer performed a few feet away from his seat
Former Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda didn't appear to be impressed by global K-pop sensation Psy at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday night.
When the "Gangnam Style" singer emerged to dance along to his latest hit, "Gentleman," 85-year-old Lasorda just sat there with a blank expression on his face as spectators snapped pictures of the international celebrity plastered on the jumbotron.
Psy was at the game to meet and greet another famous Korean native, Dodger left-handed pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu, who struck out 12 batters to help his team beat the Colorado Rockies 6-2.
That probably made Lasorda smile.
Here is Psy's underwhelming performance: