It's pretty much impossible not to love the Chicago Cubs. Even if you're a Sox fan, you can't help but love the Cubs players for the constant fun they have on and off the field.

The Cubs were at the Little League Classic in Williamsport, PA on Sunday. Before their game, the Cubs headed to the stadium for some of the action, and they got to meet up with the Mid-Atlantic squad from New Jersey.

So apparently when you take the Cubs and mix in some little leaguers from New Jersey you get "The Jersey Shake" -

Amazing, right? The other players couldn't resist getting their dance on -

NBC Chicago details -

It's unclear whether the Cubs will adopt the celebration moving forward, but it's generally around mid-August that they pick up on the celebratory gesture that will be used through the stretch run. Whether it was the "hands rubbing helmet" move that they pioneered in 2015, or the "fake dugout interview" in 2017, the Cubs are always ready for a new fun celebration, and the "Jersey Shake" might be a winner for this season.

Here's to the Cubs being the best dancers ever.
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