Every MLB team seems to have their own unique way of celebrating when a teammate hits a home run. Whether it’s a fancy suit jacket or an icy chain, it’s always a party on the sidelines.

But the Baltimore Orioles brought a real party element to their dugout Monday night when Ryan Mountcastle went down at Camden Yards.

Last season, it was a big Orioles chain that players would put on their teammate when he hit a tripper and came back to the dugout. This year, however, things have changed with a funnel.

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Austin Hays of the Orioles celebrates with Ramón Urías after hitting a home run against the Oakland Athletics at Camden Yards on April 10, 2023 in Baltimore. (Jess Rapfogel/Getty Images)

Yes, a drinking funnel that you would normally see pouring beer at parties.

No, there are no alcoholic beverages consumed by the slugger, but water.

Mountcastle was seen drinking from the orange and black lead while his teammates poured a bottle of water into the orange funnel. He knelt down and drank water while his companions looked on.

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Orioles fans were in the comments loving the new celebration with one fan saying «after this, we may never lose again.»

Baltimore didn’t lose at least this game, defeating the Oakland A’s, 5-1, thanks in part to Mountcastle’s two-run home run off A’s starter JP Sears.

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Ryan Mountcastle celebrates with center fielder Cedric Mullins after his two-run home run against the Oakland Athletics at Camden Yards on April 10, 2023, in Baltimore.

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Ryan Mountcastle celebrates with center fielder Cedric Mullins after his two-run home run against the Oakland Athletics at Camden Yards on April 10, 2023, in Baltimore. (Randy Litzinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

But Mountcastle wasn’t the only Orioles player to get the funnel treatment.

Adley Rutschman smashed a solo home run to left field in the bottom of the third inning to make it 3-1, and he was quick to complete his funneling task when he returned to the dugout.

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Then Austin Hays hit a solo shot to center field in the bottom of the sixth inning to make it 4-1, and he ran into the funnel once he cleared the high-five line in the dugout.

So one thing is for sure with this new celebration: As long as the Orioles hit home runs, players will stay hydrated.

The Orioles' Ryan Mountcastle celebrates in the dugout after hitting a home run against the Oakland Athletics at Camden Yards on April 10, 2023 in Baltimore.

The Orioles’ Ryan Mountcastle celebrates in the dugout after hitting a home run against the Oakland Athletics at Camden Yards on April 10, 2023 in Baltimore. (Jess Rapfogel/Getty Images)

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Now that’s a win-win.