Yeah, thats what I assumed but what you pointed out got me worried.
I don't remember what team this year but a rookie hit a 2 run homer, his first homer of the year, and he got to the dugout and everyone ignored him for an inning. Then the next inning they jumped on him like they finally celebrated it. I understand thats a "freaking around" tactic but "not the first time" kind of gave me a weird vibe.
I remember seeing that but I can't recall who it was, when he got to the bench he just did a bunch of fake high fives as if players were there to greet him.