The wind up
Orioles catcher Caleb Joseph is about to get a face full of Dangerously Delicious pie courtesy of outfielder Adam Jones (Courtesy of @baltimoreorioles on Instagram /June 13, 2014)
The Orioles have been lobbing some tasty pies.
For the past two years, outfielder Adam Jones has been smashing shaving cream pies into teammates' faces to celebrate big wins.
This year, the pie smashes have gotten a lot more fun thanks to a daily delivery from Baltimore's Dangerously Delicious Pies.
Notice catcher Caleb Joseph's sugary sweet grin in the photo the team posted to Instagram following last night's 4-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.
People with a faceful of shaving cream don't look quite so happy.
Greg Bader, the club's vice president of communications and marketing, said that the Orioles have been receiving a steady supply of banana, strawberry and chocolate cream pies this year.
"They deliver the pie fresh daily, and if it isn't used for this purpose, it gets eaten behind the scenes," Bader wrote in an email.
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