Many teams are known for special celebrations. Dancing, pies to the face, and riding stick horses are among the ways teams celebrate.
This season, the Los Angeles Dodgers have used a bubble machine on the dugout when a member of the team hits a home run. Though there was a rumor that the MLB asked the Dodgers to cease the use of the bubble machine, the team brought it back.
According to Bill Plunkett of the OC Register, manager Don Mattingly isn’t the biggest fan of the bubble machine, however, he says it is going to stay a part of the team’s celebration customs.
Despite the silliness, these celebrations are good for team chemistry and camaraderie.
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