When the Chicago Cubs moved the bullpens at Wrigley under the outfield bleachers (from their previously exterior location along the left and right field foul lines), many fans were upset. Sure, the old bullpens might’ve been dangerous for the pitchers, bullpen catcher, and outfielders, but their presences was as much a part of Wrigley Field as anything else. And that’s not a place that can be changed lightly.
But the transition was eased tremendously, when the Cubs relievers started their goofy dancing bit after every single Cubs home run.
You’ve surely seen it and Cubs fans love it:
Kyle Schwarber getting the Cubs' bullpen dancing early pic.twitter.com/5lmszUTZ30
— Cubs Talk (@NBCSCubs) September 30, 2017
— Cut4 (@Cut4) May 24, 2017
But the North Siders aren’t the only ones who’ve got the moves. The Omaha Storm Chasers – the Triple-A Minor League affiliates of the Kansas City Royals – has got some style of their own, and I think they might rival their Chicago counterparts:
— Minor League Baseball (@MiLB) June 10, 2018
They’ve even been caught breaking out an enormous fire hose and spraying water in the air as their teammates perform the backstroke:
So who do you think does it best? Cubs or Storm Chasers?