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Koji Uehara attacks Shane Victorino with violent high five

Hannah Foslien

Red Sox reliever Koji Uehara is a pretty intense guy. When he comes off the mound after a successful inning, it's high fives all around for the Boston dugout. After shutting down the White Sox on Wednesday night, though, Uehara was a bit more intense than usual. Maybe even a little violent with his high fives:



That's Shane Victorino there at the end, just trying to relax while recovering from back and hamstring injuries, and Uehara just up and slaps him to attention.

I kind of love this team, you guys.