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Braves fan here with a question about a Braves/Marlins game...


It was toward the end of the season and the game was being played in Florida and broadcast on FSN. Can't remember the pitching matchups, but Dan Uggla hit a HR at around the 3rd or 4th inning. I'm not positive, but I think it was the same series where Brooks Conrad hit the go-ahead grandslam in the 7th.....

Anyway, following Uggla's homer.....the camera panned to the dugout and Uggla was shown softly kissing one of his teammates on the neck(twice!), who was white(only bringing that up due to lack of other info). It happened quickly, camera quickly cut away, and the announcers didn't mention it. At first I thought I was mistaken, but then I went back on my DVR and sure enough, two soft kisses to the neck and not a smile on either face....

I had planned on making a GIF out of it, but my DVR went south shortly after. I can't find any information or video online about it, aside from a couple of Braves fans who said they saw it as well. It's not all that important and it was probably just an inside thing between Uggla and whichever teammate, but I just was wondering if anyone else seen it and if so, any idea where I can find it?

Appreciate it, and again........not trying to stir up anything, I merely want to make a harmless GIF out of it.

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