None of the bat-flip, stand-and-stare stuff. Still not the workman full run that many guys get praised for, but I think it's an admirable middle-ground attitude that a hometown crowd can get behind. At least for this AB.
The only time that I've gotten mad watching him do this was when he hit that HR in LA that landed (maybe) six inches over the fence in the left field corner. Maybe I was in a bad mood that day, but I felt like he held his 'F*CK YOU BALL' pose a little too long.. Otherwise, I love it.