Jose Altuve brought the heat on the dance floor to Texas Ranger’s Elivs Andrus’ wedding AP Photo/Lynne Sladky
American League's Houston Astros Jose Altuve (27), strikes out during the third inning at the MLB baseball All-Star Game, Tuesday, July 11, 2017, in Miami. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

By now, baseball fans known Astros second baseman Jose Altuve is light on his feet.

Whether he’s turning the pivot on a double play, or scoring the winning run in a crucial post-season game, Houstonians – and the majority of the 30 voting members who chose MLB’ AL MVP – agree, Altuve brings an unprecedented level of grace and style to the baseball diamond.

Even in the off-season, Altuve can’t help but show off his quick feet:

Recently, he attended the wedding of Texas Rangers shortstop and fellow Venezuelan Elvis Andrus, where, as the footage shows, he took over the reception with his energetic dance moves.

Former Astros teammate Carlos Gomez captured the moves and posted on Twitter.

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This isn’t the first taste of Altuve’s swerve for Houstonians, with cameras capturing him getting his groove on in the Astros dugout during the World Series.

Besides the wedding of his friend and countryman, events of recent weeks brought plenty of reason for Altuve to dance, like leading the Astros to their first-ever World Series championship on November 1.

He also won the American League Most Valuable Player Award on November 16, capturing 27 of the 30 first-place votes, reportedly winning by one of the widest margins in the award’s history.


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Does this mean Altuve is ready to pursue a different kind of trophy?

Here’s looking at you Dancing with the Stars!

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