Found October 03, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
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Miami Marlins bench coach Joey Cora wanted nothing to do with Carlos Lee's fist bump as Lee headed out to the field for the ninth inning of Tuesday night's game against the New York Mets.


Since Cora wouldn't reciprocate, Lee took it upon himself to grab Cora's arm with one hand to bump his own fist.

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