Evan Longoria and C.J. Cron showed off some magnificent, tag-evading dance moves
Many times, baseball players can be seen as big, strong men who bash 100-mph dingers with one hand and slam full-speed into outfield walls.
But, as we've seen in the past, they are also beautifully agile -- and during the Angels' 7-2 win over the Rays on Wednesday, Evan Longoria and C.J. Cron showed off some moves that would make most Juliard dance students jealous.
Cron took advantage of a poor throw from shortstop Brad Miller in the seventh inning -- jumping out of the way of a Logan Morrison tag and tapping first base like he was playing a game of duck, duck, goose:
And later, to score a run in the eighth inning, Longoria evaded a tag from Jefff Bandy by swerving out from home plate and slapping the base with his hand:
We're not sure whose was better, but we definitely think they need to start an All-MLB Dodgeball Team.