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Rhys Hoskins taught his home run celebration to a young fan at the Little League World Series

Oscar Wilde once noted that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If you're a baseball player, it must be really cool to see kids trying to copy your windup or your batting stance.
When Phillies slugger Rhys Hoskins stopped by Williamsport, Pa., Sunday to take in the Little League World Series prior to the Little League Classic, a fan wanted to learn Hoskins' home run celebration. Hoskins showed him how it's done:

Next time this young fan hits a dinger, he can round the bases showing off Hoskins' signature celebration. Better yet: He can tell everyone around that he learned it from the man himself.