Torii Hunter has brought a lot of things to the Minnesota Twins this year: a solid bat in right field, leadership and, of course, a fog machine.

The latter has been turned on after every Twins home win, with the team celebrating victories with a dance party. After nearly a season of dancing -- thanks to a lot of wins -- Hunter added to his 2015 legacy by doling out his first annual Torii Awards before Wednesday's game (a win, of course, which produced yet another dance party).'s Rhett Bollinger listed out the winners:

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-- Best new dancer: Miguel Sano
-- Surprise dancer: Eduardo Escobar
-- Perfect attendance: Trevor Plouffe
-- Lifetime achievement in smoothness: Eddie Rosario
-- Creepiest dancer: Glen Perkins
-- Best Latin dancer: Eduardo Nunez
-- Dynamic duo award: Trevor May and Kyle Gibson
-- Worst dancer in a non-supporting role: Mike Pelfrey
-- Best dancer in a supporting role: Brian Dozier
-- Best all-around dancer: Shane Robinson

Perkins offered up this clarification for his award:

And if you need more clarification on why Dozier got his award, here's one reason:

The ceremony was apparently filled with a couple of speeches as well as a performance by the top dancer. A good time was had by all, of course.