Party rock was in the house for former Cleveland Indians great and fan favorite Omar Visquel. The 45-year old infielder was caught on video Monday night getting his “party rock” shuffle on in the dugout during a rain delay between his current team, the Toronto Blue Jays, and the Boston Red Sox.
Vizquel was a fan favorite with the Tribe while playing shortstop from 1994-2004. Vizquel helped lead the Indians to two World Series appearances and six AL Central Championships. Vizquel is considered one of the greatest defenders of all-time while recording 11 gold glove awards in his career and was a 3 time All-Star. Visquel is currently in his 24th season in the MLB and at the age of 45 is the oldest active position player, only behind 49- year old pitcher Jamie Moyer.
Vizquel doesn’t seem to show his age in the video when the LMFAO hit Party Rock Anthem causes him to raise the roof. Vizquel continues to shake it to the tune until he notices he is on the Jumbo Tron and the beat picks up, causing him to break out into an all out dance. Vizquel pleases the rain delayed crowd and continued to show why he has always been a fan favorite, no matter the city or team. WATCH THE VIDEO HERE.
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