Javier Baez celebrated his latest home run ... with a waffle maker
Last year, the Yankees celebrated home runs with the "Toe-night Show." This year, the White Sox have the home run chain. But neither of them measure up to breakfast -- that most important of daily meals.
Now, sure, you might think, "Waffles? Is that an acronym for something?" No, I mean he got to the dugout, lifted a waffle iron and screamed "Waffles!" As you do:
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Now, there are a lot of questions we have. Namely: Are Cubs players only allowed to eat waffles if you hit a home run? What does that mean for pitchers -- do they only get to eat pancakes? Who brought the waffle iron into the dugout? Is there a plug in there, and maybe a water cooler filled not with water, but with batter?
Hopefully some of these answers will be answered more fully soon.