Hanley Ramirez is not above popping out to scare one of his teammates. Also, we now know he can fit comfortably into a locker.
Ramirez is listed as 6'3" and 225 pounds, so he isn't a small man by any means. Still, he can play a fine game of hide-and-seek.
This also isn't the first time the Dodgers have given one of their veterans a hard time. Last season the club hired a magician to teach the third baseman a lesson after he was caught with the rare hidden-ball trick:
Much like Elvis Andrus trolling Adrian Beltre, life is a little bit better when teammates are pranking Uribe. Thankfully, Ramirez didn't let go of the newly dubbed Goribe:
This really needs to become a thing because there is nothing better than a frustrated Uribe trying to get back to business while the rest of his teammates chuckle in tandem.
The Dodgers have almost two weeks to go before opening the MLB season in Australia in an international series with the Arizona Diamondbacks, a team that doesn't all too much care for the Blue Crew or their propensity to go swimming in nearby pools.
Until then, we imagine the Dodgers will continue to enjoy their clubhouse shenanigans and the sight of Uribe checking lockers, trash cans and other small hiding places for the rest of the season.
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