The season is young, but the Baltimore Orioles may already be the king of celebrations this year.
On Monday night, his beer funnel home run celebration went viral, when Adley Rutschman and Ryan Mountcastle drank water via party favor.
Just one night later, they had another trick up their sleeve.
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After a double by Austin Hays, he brought out the old dance of the standing sprinklers at second base, but it wasn’t his celebration that warranted talking, it was the dugout’s response.
A group of Orioles standing on the ledge took a few sips of water and sprayed it into their mouths.
It’s a good sign to see the O’s having so much fun on the field: They surprised almost everyone last year when they went 83-79 and many expected them to be a close to 60-win team.
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It’s not uncommon for teams to have their own celebrations after base hits: The 2017 Yankees gave a thumbs down in response to a Mets fan who went viral for showing his disgust after a Todd Frazier home run. In 2011, the Mets had a «claw» after hits.
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The O’s are 5-5 early in a tough AL East where everyone is at or over .500 so far, including the 10-0 Tampa Bay Rays.