It appears the top teams in the National League West (apologies Arizona Diamondbacks) are loose and ready for the season to start.
A few days ago we saw two-time Cy Young award winner Tim Lincecum of the San Francisco Giants hilariously change uniforms with the much large Kameron Loe and now their Southern California rivals are showing off their goofy side as well.
As the Dodgers were getting ready for a practice (or potentially had completed one), infielder Juan Uribe walked calmly over to his locker, bottle of water in hand and took a seat.
Everything looked normal, that is until shortstop Hanley Ramirez – hiding behind the clothes hanging up in Uribe’s locker – popped out, terrifying the veteran third baseman.
Seriously, that might be the fastest Uribe has moved in a decade.
Of course, if somebody popped out of my closet unexpectedly, I’d probably break land speed records as well.
Wouldn’t be opposed to Ramirez doing this to a few other players in the Dodgers locker room.