Every team around the MLB It seems they have their own unique way of celebrating when a teammate hits a home run. Whether it’s a fancy suit jacket or an icy chain, it’s always a party in the dugout.
But Baltimore Orioles Ryan Mountcastle brought a true party member to the dugout Monday night when he went deep at Camden Yards.
Last season, the Orioles had a long streak of players hitting a round tripper and returning to the dugout. But this year, things have changed drastically.
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Yes, the drinking trough you normally see pouring beer at parties.
No, there are no alcoholic beverages consumed by the shyster, but rather water.
Mountcastle was seen drinking from an orange and black lead as his teammates poured water bottles into the orange fan. He dropped to one knee and knocked over the water as his teammates looked on.
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Oreo fans were in the comments loving the new celebration, with one fan saying, “We can never lose again.”
At least Baltimore didn’t lose this game, it won Oakland Athletics5-1, thanks in part to Mountcastle’s two-run homer from A’s starter JP Sears.
But Mountcastle wasn’t the only Orioles player to get the fungal treatment.
Adli Rutschman crushed a solo homer to left field to make it a 3-1 game.
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Austin Hayes then hammered himself into center field to make it 4-1 in the bottom of the sixth inning, and connected with Funneau as he crossed the line in the top of the fifth in the dugout.
So one thing is certain about this new celebration: The Orioles will stay in the water until they hit home.
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Now that’s a win-win.