Cubs clubhouse has seen plenty of wildlife, now features party animal


Munenori Kawasaki (right) had plenty to celebrate in Toronto last season.

Steve Russell

Just when you thought the Chicago Cubs' clubhouse couldn't get any wilder (remember the petting zoo last season?), here comes Munenori Kawasaki.

FOX Sports MLB Insider Jon Paul Morosi reported Wednesday that the team has agreed to a minor-league deal with the free-agent infielder.

The 34-year-old Kawasaki hit just .214/.313/.286 with two RBI in 23 games with the Toronto Blue Jays last season. However, the light-hitting utility infielder has provided us with countless memorable moments in pregame and postgame situations.

Remember his postgame interview after the Blue Jays eliminated the Texas Rangers in the ALDS? What about his victory dance in the clubhouse tunnel after Toronto clinched its first AL East title since 1993?

Speaking of dancing, there has been plenty of it: