Bothering teammates during interviews has become the next big thing in the MLB, and the Cleveland Indians are trying to take over the game.
After Cincinnati Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips pulled a great videobomb on San Diego Padres pitcher Ian Kennedy, the Indians clearly wanted to be the best team of video pranksters in Ohio.
Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis videobombed teammate Mike Aviles on Friday, but it was the team effort executed against pitcher Corey Kluber on Tuesday that really showed off their pranking abilities.
Kluber was being interviewed in the Indians dugout by the broadcasters in the booth during their game against the Detroit Tigers. While he was sitting by himself, his teammates decided to have a little fun. They pelted Kluber with sunflower seeds, water and baby powder while he answered questions about his start the night before.
But the best part was that Kluber wound up as the victor of the battle by not cracking a smile during the whole five-minute affair.
Check out Kluber’s incredible composure in the video below.