WASHINGTON — When outfielder Gerardo Parra came to the Washington Nationals in May, he brought more than great fielding skills -- he also brought the dugout dance. Think touchdown dance, but for baseball. After a Nats players hits a home run, they come back to the dugout (insert teammates cheering here) and boom! They bust a move. 

Dugout dances are full of personality and creativity. From booty poppin' to salsa dancing and, of course, dabbing -- a dugout dance can tell you a lot about a player.

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The WUSA9 team shows off their dugout dances and team spirit in the official Dugout Dance music video featuring local artist, SEVA.

Fans love watching the Nats dugout dances, but do they love doing them? WUSA9 hit the streets to find the Nats fan with the best dugout dance in the city.

 WATCH: Here are the best dugout dances from fans around the city.

Do you think you can out dance those Nats fans? Send us your dugout dance videos and prove it! Tag @arianedatil and @wusa9 in your video on Instagram. We'll play the best ones on air.

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