Somebody pranked Wei-Yin Chen's interpreter with a gum-on-his-cap gag and Tayron Guerrero loved it
Much like the shark in the "Jaws" film series, you never know when a dugout prank will pop up -- but you know it's possible. It's a threat waiting to get you when you least expect it.
Maybe there'll be a giant bubblegum bubble on your cap. Or a halo made out of paper towels. Or, maybe your teammates will just sit back and let you take the field well before the rest of them, for maximum embarrassment.
Pranks aren't limited to players, though, as Marlins lefty
Pitcher Tayron Guerrero did, though:
When it was all finally revealed to Chao, outfielder
It was Marlins utility infielder
"I got someone else with gum, I don't remember who it was earlier in the season," Rivera told MLB.com's Joe Frisaro. "I like to have fun."