After homering, Jose Abreu returned to the dugout and gathered his teammates' garbage
The unpredictability of Major Leaguers can be one of the most amusing aspects of the game. At any time, you could see something you haven't seen before -- whether an actual in-game moment or something more ... extracurricular.
In the sixth inning of Chicago's eventual 5-4 loss to the Dodgers in Los Angeles, White Sox slugger Jose Abreu clubbed a solo homer into the Left Field Pavilion against Yu Darvish (making his Dodger Stadium debut). That's a typical Abreu highlight, him smashing dingers and trotting around the bases.
But upon returning to the dugout, Abreu picked up a blue recycling/garbage can and enthusiastically carried it around, encouraging his teammates to throw items inside:
Why not, right? Any celebration is a celebration if you have fun doing it, after all.