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Glenn Burke, waiting on deck, thrust his hand enthusiastically over his head to greet his friend at the plate. Baker, not knowing what to do, smacked it.”
I don't know what you call that (is it a low five?)
I just scanned through a bunch of big home runs from the 60s on youtube (Mantle's 500th, Maris's 61st, Williams's 521st, Mazeroski's, etc.) and yeah it's pretty amazing, they basically just do the quick handshake, no high fiving at all.
But there is no doubt that Antonio Alfonseca invented the high six.
The high zero goes in Pete Gray's column.
Randy Johnson has no chin. John Kruk is minus one ball.
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