Kris Bryant hits walk-off home run, Pedro Strop high steps

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When players hit walk-off home runs, it’s hard to tell what their teammates are going to do next.

Some teams throw water on players, other teams jump up and down, but Cubs reliever Pedro Strop had his own walk-off home run celebration.

When Kris Bryant hit his second walk-off home run of the season on Monday, Strop was goose stepping along side Bryant until he crossed home plate.

Cubs ‘bullpen chicken’ was put to the test

Strop was probably just happy he didn’t have to come out of the bullpen for the top of the 10th inning.

After winning their fifth straight, the Cubs head west to take on the San Francisco Giants.

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