It's an understatement to say that new manager Terry Francona has Cleveland Indians fans riled up with his spectacular off-season moves.
But, it isn't just Francona's coaching expertise that has fans' attention.
In one of the latest Indians' promotional videos, Francona displays his playful side and busts some major moves. While giving a lecture commending the team for their performance, Tito channels his inner Shakira (swaying those hips like nobody's business) in the team's version of the infamous Harlem Shake video. This video shows that the new player/manager relationship has not been all business, as this club is clearly having a great time getting to know each other.
Francona contributes even more comic gold in another modern craze by playing on Apple's app Siri. In the video, Francona plays, 'TERRi,' and answers extremely pertinent questions his players have, like Kipnis' question about, “What those cereal marshmallows are really made out of” (Because, seriously). Again, the video displays that the blending between the Indians' new manager and players has been more than successful.
Francona concludes the video by highlighting that pride should be felt when sporting the Cleveland Indians' logo. When Nick Swisher asks, “Who am I?” TERRi responds, “You're one of my guys. You're a Cleveland Indian.”