Two nights ago, Indians outfielder David Dellucci pinch-hit a go-ahead three-run homer off Joba Chamberlain. After giving up that shot, the 22-year-old reliever bent over, avoided watching the runners score and otherwise appeared upset.
Thursday was a different scene in the Yankees' 6-3 win over Cleveland at the Stadium. Chamberlain screamed and pumped his fists three times in celebration as he spun off the mound after striking out Dellucci to end a three-batter eighth inning. ...
"[I]f a hitter was to do something like that they'd probably say it was 'bush [league]' and you shouldn't do it," Dellucci said. "It's kind of funny how a pitcher can get away with it. ... My home run was in a much bigger situation, more a key part of the game and I didn't dance around and scream."