At the Major League level, four different Marlins tried to deliver shaving cream pies to Marlins outfielder Mike Stanton on Wednesday. Nobody got hurt this time, but last July Chris Coghlan missed two months after suffering a knee injury trying to dump a Gatorade cooler on Stanton's head during an interview. Coghlan is back on the DL this season with trouble in the same left knee.
In the minors, outfielder Josh Kroeger sprained his right knee in a post-game celebration Monday. Kroeger, who led the Marlins' Triple-A New Orleans team in RBI and shares the lead in homers, tried to jump on Joe Thurston, whose RBI double gave the Zephyrs a walk-off win, but missed and was carted off the field after his knee buckled on landing.
Here's the video, which you may not want to watch if you're squeamish.
Marlins manager Jack McKeon said he's not planning on telling his team to curb its post-game celebrations.
"You have an isolated case or two like last year with [Coghlan] tearing up his knee," McKeon told Joe Capozzi of the Palm Beach Post. "You hate to see it, but yet you hate to take it away from them.
"The thing is, I'd like to see more of them. I'm not seeing enough of them."For more baseball news, rumors and analysis, follow @cbssportsmlb on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS feed.