This includes staring at the pitcher, watching your home run soar over the fence and taking your sweet time sauntering to first base.
Carlos Guillen showboated by staring down Angels pitcher Jered Weaver and taking a slow roll to first base after hitting a home run off of him last season. It was the second time in the game a member of the Tigers showboated like this, as Magglio Ordonez did the same thing after his two-run homer a few innings before.
Weaver was less than pleased with this show of disrespect, saying, “I'm not just going to go out there and take that. I'm a competitor and, like I said, I'm not going out there trying to show anybody up. Never have. If that's the way they want to play the game, then that's what it is. But I just didn't appreciate it too much." Nor would any other pitcher in that situation.
Nothing good will come from making eye contact with the pitcher who delivered your home run pitch as you start your trot. He knows you just cranked one, and there's no reason to rub it in. Let the score do the talking and act like you've done this before.