As Matt Duffy entered the dugout following his first career grand slam against the Pirates on Sunday afternoon, Frank Schwindel noticed that Duffy couldn't help but celebrate a little more than usual. "That was so fun to watch," Schwindel said about Duffy's third-inning blast. "He came into the dugout and said something like, 'I'm not even gonna hide this smile and pretend I've done it before. That was awesome.'" Duffy is less than two years older than Schwindel, but he made his Major League debut in 2014 and has played in almost 500 more games. But maybe seeing a veteran like Duffy celebrate as if it were his first home run in the Majors helped Schwindel understand that, sometimes, it's OK to act like you haven't been there before.
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