There has certainly been a lot of emotion displayed from players this postseason, and I love it! But some of it is rubbing teams the wrong way, even though it seems like a case of the pot calling the kettle black. Wherever you stand on players' celebrations, you have to love the intensity of these games and the drama they are providing. For a sport that is routinely, and lazily I might add, called boring, emotionless, et al, this is just what the doctor ordered. Teams play all summer long and when six months of work comes down to one pitch, sometimes player's are victims of the moment. With that said, I am introducing a new segment that pays tribute to the emotion of the postseason. I wanted to wait three days before debuting #FistPumpFriday, but given what happened on this day in baseball history 25 years ago, it feels appropriate. So without further ado, I give you the ultimate fist pump.
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