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Brewers Game 163 standout Orlando Arcia is also the best dabber in baseball

Milwaukee Brewers Orlando Arcia, right, celebrates his two-run homer with third base coach Ed Sedar in the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Saturday, August 26, 2017, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Michael Owen Baker) (Michael Owen Baker/AP)

Brewers shortstop Orlando Arcia had quite the game in Milwaukee's 3-1, division-clinching win over the Cubs in Game 163. Batting out of the eighth spot in the lineup, the 24-year-old knocked four hits for the very first time in his big league career and also scored two of the Brewers' three runs. For a shortstop who has been thought of as a glove-first player so far in his big league career, Arcia's offensive outburst was a pleasant surprise for the NLDS-bound Brewers.
Perhaps more impressively, Arcia went from in-game mode to division-winning-jubilation mode in record time after the last out, flipping his hat around for the celebration in under eight seconds.

That Arcia dabbed all over the Cubs should come as no surprise to those who have been watching him for a while, as the young shortstop has been baseball's best dabber for some time now.

His dedication to the dab is so deep that he's been able to rope Brewers third-base coach and adult-not-of-the-dabbing-generation Ed Sedar into dabbing with him a few times.

Arcia's fun-loving personality and desire to keep things loose on the field peaked earlier this season when he snuck some candy into teammate Jesús Aguilar's helmet before an at-bat without Aguilar noticing.

He's also been known to help himself to a spoonful of ice cream from an unsuspecting fan.

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So with the Brewers potentially primed to make a deep run into October, make sure you keep an eye on Arcia and his extremely enjoyable antics. Who knows what he could pull off next?