Bat Flips: Yea or Nay?

In Wednesday's game against the Royals, White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson stood on home plate and flipped his bat back toward his dugout after homering of Brad Keller. In Anderson's next plate appearance, Keller drilled him and both benches emptied. Toronto's Randall Grichuk thinks that players are... show more In Wednesday's game against the Royals, White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson stood on home plate and flipped his bat back toward his dugout after homering of Brad Keller. In Anderson's next plate appearance, Keller drilled him and both benches emptied.
Toronto's Randall Grichuk thinks that players are getting a little excessive on what he calls "pimping" home runs while former player Amir Garrett has no problem with the theatrics.

So what say you?
Do you have a problem with player's flipping bats, pumping fists, primping and posing at home plate? Should pitchers retaliate against them?

Or is it time to inject some personality into a game that can be boring?
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