Rookie hazing is a time-honored tradition in baseball, and with rosters expanding, September is usually when the hazing reaches its peak.
The most popular form of hazing has to be forcing the rookies to dress in silly costumes, or, more often than not, women's clothes.
Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus was kind enough to document the embarrassment in the Texas locker room.
As if being on a last place team wasn't embarrassing enough.
- Dan Gartland