After Cleveland's Francisco Lindor hit his fifth-inning home run that caused jubilation at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan on Tuesday night, he ran the bases excitedly, came out for a curtain call and bowed from his shortstop position after taking the field in the bottom of the inning.

Then he apologized.

But nobody on the Twins had taken offense, even though Lindor's words could have made you curious if something was said.

And furthermore:

One of the best reactions came from WCCO-AM producer Dan Cook, who tweeted:

So there you go. No controversy. Nothing like Brian Dozier's reaction to the ninth-inning bunt single (against a shift) by a Baltimore batter during the opening weekend of the season.

Just a sweet moment at the expense of a hanging curveball.

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