Cubs catcher Rene Rivera certainly isn't known for his power. He's only once hit more than 10 home runs in a season and has never hit a grand slam in his Major League career. It wasn't surprising then that, in his two weeks with the Cubs, he had not yet hit a home run.
That changed in the second inning of Saturday's game against the Braves when Rivera took a curveball from Braves starter Lucas Sims deep to left field with the bases loaded for his first home run as a Cub and his first career grand slam. In the spirit of celebrating newcomers, the Cubs bullpen let September callup Dillon Maples lead their dance party:
While Maples must wait for his first Major League appearance, it is already clear that his unique style of dance has won him fans in the bullpen.