I'm sure've heard of the Ice Bucket Challenge by now, a phenomenon that has helped spread awareness about ALS and raise tens of millions of dollars through donations. ALS is more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's Disease and there is still no cure.
I'm sure there's a perfectly good reason why Jeter did it on the carpet in the middle of the Yankees clubhouse, but I can't come up with one. Either way, it's for a good cause.
And, just to show not everything is about Jeter, here is reigning NL MVP Andrew McCutchen taking the Ice Bucket Challenge:
That's awesome. Now here are executives from MLB's head offices, including newly elected commissioner Rob Manfred, doing the same:
Learn more about ALS and Ice Bucket Challenge right here.