Mark DeRosa would really like a high five, you guys
Blue Jays utilityman Mark DeRosa really, really wanted to get a high five. Alas, it was not meant to be.
First, he tried to get one from Brandon Morrow to no avail, and then turned his sights to Brett Cecil.
Cecil eventually gives him one, but only after a few agonizing seconds of hand-in-the-air awkwardness.
People, I get that sometimes you aren't feeling a high five, but leaving a teammate hanging just seems like one of those things you don't do. If it were you, you wouldn't want to be left hanging, right? It's only polite.
-- Dakota Gardner / MLB.com