A Minor Leaguer celebrated a home run by taking off his shirt mid-trot
Meet Monte Harrison, a Brewers prospect who plays for the Class-A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. He's 21 years old, he's from Missouri and he hit two home runs in Tuesday's Midwest League All-Star Game. His performance earned him MVP honors and helped the West defeat the East, 5-2 … but that's not really what we're here for.
No, we're here for Harrison's celebration after home run No.1. In the top of the seventh inning, he went deep:
And then, as he made his way around the bases, he exchanged jerseys with the first base coach and took a selfie at home plate:
Watch what we might as well call his "home run leisurely stroll" here:
Harrison homered a second time in the top of the ninth:
… and he was still wearing the first base coach's jersey. He even kept it on afterwards, though we can sort of tell he's not big on shirts in general: