Jonathan Herrera wearing hands helmet during Cubs warmup

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Whenever a member of the Chicago Cubs gets a hit, they rub their hands atop their helmet to celebrate with teammates in the dugout.

It has kind of become the team’s thing during the 2015 season.

Photo: the helmet the Cubs touch after hitsCubs utility man Jonathan Herrera has been left off of the National League Division Series roster, but that hasn’t stopped him from becoming the team’s unofficial cheerleader in the postseason.

While the Cubs warmed up ahead of their game one matchup with the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday night, there was Herrera donning his hands helmet.

The 30-year-old Herrera played in 73 games this season with the Cubs, batting .230.

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