Mariners Tom Wilhelmsen Sends Fans Home With a Smile Following Disappointing End To Season
Despite a 4-1 victory and season-ending sweep of the Los Angeles Angels, the Seattle Mariners hopes of a postseason berth came up one game short Sunday.
After the final out, players and staffers tossed souvenirs into the stands for those who remained to say goodbye to the team until next year. While many started heading for the exits and players began heading for the clubhouse, M's pitcher Tom Wilhelmsen tried to put a smile on the fans faces by dancing on the field to "Turn Down For What" blaring over the P.A.
The evidence was posted on MLB's Instagram site.
This was not the first time the lanky reliever was caught in the act cutting a rug on the field. Earlier this year, he and 62 year-old pitching coach Rick Waits were filmed in a similar video that went viral.
The Mariners also took to Twitter to post some pics.