Anthony Rizzo and the rest of the Chicago Cubs have borrowed a new celebration dance from a New Jersey little league team. Here's what NBC Chicago says:
...the Cubs enjoyed themselves at the Little League Classic in Williamsport, PA on Sunday. Before their game against the Pirates, the Cubs headed over to the stadium for some of the Little League action, and they got to meet up with the Mid-Atlantic squad from New Jersey:
The dance move, called the "Jersey Shake" by the team, is exactly what it sounds like. Players celebrating a big occasion put their hands in the air and shake their hips, causing their jersey to "shake."
The Cubs, clearly inspired by the move, jumped out to a big lead over the Pirates, and when Anthony Rizzo blasted a home run over the left field wall, he was sure to celebrate it in appropriate fashion:
LOL. NBC continued with saying it's unclear if the Cubs will keep using this dance to celebrate.