In the top of the fifth inning of the Baltimore Orioles' game against the Texas Rangers Wednesday night, Chris "Crush" Davis hit a solo home run to put the O's up 5-2.
Weirdly, though, none of his teammates came to congratulate him at the dugout. Of course, baseball-heads will recognize this as the "silent treatment," a goof sometimes displayed when a slugger hits a home run, so as to imply that it's no big deal.
Crush knew exactly how to handle it, delivering high-fives to invisible teammates instead.
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