The entire Astros dugout found the camera after a Tyler White home run
Jessica Kleinschmidt and Brian McTaggart/MLB.com
The Astros continue to work hard. They've shown they can work well together, and not just on the field, but also to make baseball games just a bit more fun. In the top of the ninth inning on a 2-2 pitch during the Astros' 10-7 win over the Mariners on Wednesday, Tyler White homered to center field. This was his third hit of the game and gave the Astros an extra insurance run. So needless to say, the Astros dugout was excited. But just how excited were they? Well, just watch:
Perfectly timed celebration among teammates. "We always give [Bregman] a hard time for staring into the camera," Tony Kemp told MLB.com's Brian McTaggart. "It was just fitting for that moment right there, we were all kind of towards the camera. Sometimes you get wrapped up in how hard the game can be and it's nice to have a little fun right there. That will forever be the background on my phone." This was perfectly executed and a reminder of the face Alex Bregmanmade on Friday. The camera loves you, guys.