Kiké Hernandez is currently living his best life out in Hawaii and wanted to show out some of his dance moves in the process.
Hernandez is a part of the Main League team collaborating within the Hawaii Exercise. It is a short weekend journey that included coaching classes at Les Murakami Stadium on the College of Hawaii at Manoa campus in Honolulu.
He was seen learning how to hula dance out in Hawaii and it was actually very impressive. Just over a week after the World Series loss, Hernandez is going out and still perfecting his craft to get ready for the next year.
Just a couple weeks after the Game 5 loss to the Boston Red Sox, Kiké Hernandez is right back out on the baseball field for the Japan All Star Series. Hernandez talked about what position he would like to play during the series.
"In a perfect world, I'd like to play shortstop or second every day, but being versatile has kept me in the big leagues, and it's something I take a lot of pride in. It's something that's not very easy to do, and I've gotten used to it."
The All-Star Series goes all the way back to 1908, and it will mark the 37th time that Major Leaguers have toured Japan for exhibition games. The series will be played in Tokyo, Hiroshima and Nagoya.
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