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Yangervis Solarte has some impressive dance moves to help him warm up before game time

Social media is a beautiful thing. It can capture moments behind the scenes that we may have missed otherwise.

In this case, we get to witness the extraordinary talents of Yangervis Solarte during a pregame session in front of the Padres' lockers. As you can see in Chase d'Arnaud's tweet below, Solarte has some major dance moves that he utilizes to warm up for the game.

Whatever helps stretch the body out, I suppose.


Prior to the first pitch, the temperature at Miller Park measured around 78 degrees, but I think it got a lot warmer after Solarte's performance as the Brewers hosted the Padres on Saturday.

As for d'Arnaud's camera work capturing the magical scene above, Solarte raved about it to's Carson Mason after San Diego's 7-5 win

"It's good. It's good. If something is going to help us get the energy right before the game, then it's good. He wanted to get a picture of me and Pirela, but the music was on and I always dance before the game, so that's how it came together."