BY MIKE MACADAM
NISKAYUNA — The Jumbotron finds people like this.
It’s one of its missions.
During dead times between pitches and assorted myriad breaks in a baseball game, the cameras that feed the Jumbotron seek out the flamboyant nutjob dancing in the aisle, the exhibitionists devouring their five seconds of public glory.
So a few years ago during a Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park, it was natural for the Jumbotron to spotlight Aaron Whitley “dancing and messing around.”
And given the opportunity, his older brother, Garrett, busted a move, too. Right?
“Nope,” Garrett said with a laugh on Wednesday. “I just sat there.
“I was up there because he was.”
That won’t be the case next time.
Coming soon to a Jumbotron perhaps not so near you: Garrett Whitley.
The Niskayuna senior wrapped up his high school career with a sectional loss to Shenendehowa on Thursday, and now will wait for the June 8-10 amateur draft to take place at MLB Network’s Studio 42 in Secaucus, N.J.