Lonnie Chisenhall Hits Walk-Off Single, Is Thanked By Teammates With An Attempted Cornholing

Not entirely sure what's going on here. After leading his team to victory with a walk-off hit last night, Cleveland Indians third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall was treated to a rather odd celebratory scrum.

Things start out innocuously enough: The winning run crosses the plate, Chisenhall rounds first base with his hands raised triumphantly, and his teammates engage him in the standard "jump and hug" celebration technique. And then a few of those teammates decide to try and stick their fingers in Chisenhall's butt. You can watch the whole scene unfold in the video below (the fingering begins at the 21-second mark), right before Sports Time Ohio's horrified producer demands to cut away from the cornholing in favor of a sad Jose Valverde.

Enjoy.

h/t Abe