Young man, there’s no need to feel down! Chisenhall, Kipnis get groovy

Cleveland Indians third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall, left, and teammate second baseman Jason Kipnis share a laugh during a break in play.

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Lonnie Chisenhall and Jason Kipnis helped power an Indians offensive onslaught in Arlington Monday night, combining for eight hits and 13 RBI in the Tribe’s 17-7 win over the Rangers.

When the action was delayed after home plate umpire Jim Wolf was hit with a foul ball and forced to leave the game. the players on the field were left with some time to kill.

Combine boredom with giddiness over your team’s perofmance and what do you get  — dancing, of course!

Chisenhall and Kipnis combined for 8 hits, 13 RBIs and 2 solid YMCA dance moves.

So, whom did it best? The players themselves chimed in on Twitter.

Dance like no one’s watching, Lonnie. A lot more people will be watching you after your historic 5-5, three home run and nine RBI night.