Jesse Winker responded to the dugout silent treatment with some imaginary handshakes
It's an iron-clad rule of the Major League dugout: Once you hit your first career home run, prepare to be thoroughly ignored by your teammates.
In recent years, we've seen players adapt to the silent treatment in a number of ways, from high-fiving the air to, uh, bowling for some reason. But few have truly committed to their imaginary friends like Reds rookie Jesse Winker. After hitting his first career homer in the Reds' game against the Pirates on Tuesday night, he didn't just give out high-fives -- he displayed some impressively elaborate handshakes:
Don't worry, eventually he got to celebrate with some actual humans.