Hi, I'm a Rangers fan from South Korea.
Go Rangers. Beat L.A.. And Praise JD & Ryan.
If you believe or not, there are some Rangers fans in my country. Baseball is one of the most famous sports in South Korea. We love our league and also enjoy watching Major League Baseball.
I and my friends can watch MLB games through the internet. By MLB.TV, we can see J. Hamilton's homer, M. Young's clutch, and N. Feliz's explosive. All about Rangers things can be our interest.
I got a question in this season. In 2010 season, hitters begin to hold their right hand up high when they get on the first base. Last moring (Oh, it's usually moring in Korea Republic when the Rangers game is on) Mitch 'the luckiest guy in that night' Moreland hit a single in his first big league debut at bat, he reached at first base, and (I remember) David 'The Clutch' Murphy and Josh 'Hambomb' Hamilton showed their right hand high to make Moreland raise his right hand.
What does that mean? Is that a kind of ceremony or ritual within players ?
People, who are too far from there, have no way to figure out that.