Yasiel Puig, Dodgers rookies dress as cheerleaders as bizarre ritual continues

Love it or hate, rookie hazing is a tradition in baseball. And Sunday, the Dodgers had their rookies don cheerleader uniforms as they left Miami en route to New York to play the Yankees.Yasiel Puig got in on the action, too. For some reason. #puigyourcheeleader #goDodgers #goRams @JaredGoff16 pic.twitter.com/naD7vkz78M— Yasiel Puig (@YasielPuig) September 11, 2016MORE: Baseball's worst September collapses, rankedThe move, in addition to providing the annual attempt at rookie humiliation, also apparently served to wish the Rams luck as their first season back in Los Angeles officially gets underway. Here's the requisite group photo. You're welcome! #Dodgers #RookieDressUp pic.twitter.com/nBVHjj7DBu— Alanna Rizzo (@alannarizzo) September 11, 2016Rookie

hazing was in full effect Sunday with the Rays as well. Their rookies had to dress in Team USA-inspired ... um ... attire.Tradition continues—the #Rays rookies are wearing their Team USA-inspired singlets for the flight to Toronto. pic.twitter.com/EskRF1Gbm2— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) September 11, 2016Oh, guys.To quote Forrest Gump, that's all I have to say about that.