Giving the silent treatment in the dugout is usually reserved for the first home run of a career, but the Milwaukee Brewers pulled it off well Tuesday night.
After second baseman Scooter Gennett connected for a 394-foot home run to the upper deck in Milwaukee's 5-1 victory in Texas, the entire dugout ignored the rookie for over 20 seconds.
Aramis Ramirez eventually broke the silence by greeting Gennett with a high five. The home run was the third of Gennett's career, and he hit his fourth just two innings later.
Instead of the silent treatment, the Brewers did something a little different for the second home run. Led by Carlos Gomez, who is 6-foot-3, a few of the taller Brewers made the 5-foot-9-inch Gennett scale high into the air for a high five.
With so many young players on the roster, the Brewers have pulled off the silent treatment a few times this season, but none better than Tuesday night's.
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