WATCH: Cubs' dugout goes wild before Anthony Rizzo goes yard


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Members of the Cubs' dugout love to dance along to Anthony Rizzo's catchy walkup songs.
Members of the Cubs' dugout love to dance along to Anthony Rizzo's catchy walkup songs.

CHICAGO — No dugout in MLB has more fun than the Chicago Cubs' dugout, and it was on display in the first inning of Saturday's game at Wrigley Field. Before first baseman Anthony Rizzo went yard for a first-pitch home run, the players in the dugout had a hoedown with Rizzo's catchy walkup song, "Intoxicated" by Martin Solveig, playing on the loudspeakers.

Jason Kipnis, Kyle Schwarber and Steven Souza Jr. were all seen dancing up a storm in the dugout while Rizzo dug in at the plate. Soon afterward, Rizzo lofted a solo jack out to left field and scooted around the basepaths in a hurry.

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