Koji Uehara high fives Shane Victorino in the face

During Wednesday night's Red Sox-White Sox game, Boston pitcher Koji Uehara was AMPED after pitching a 1-2-3 eighth inning that included a pair of strikeouts. He started dishing out high fives to his teammates.

Mike Napoli? You get a double.
Dustin Pedroia? You get one with the glove.
First base coach Arnie Beyeler? You'll get one too.
Will Middlebrooks? You're struggling at the plate, but what the hell, you can have one.
Shane Victorino, who isn't even playing thanks to a hamstring injury? YOU'LL GET ONE IN THE FACE!

After smacking Victorino, Uehara climbed the dugout steps and waited for more fielders to come off the diamond, dishing out high fives to Jonny Gomes, Daniel Nava, Jacoby Ellsbury, and Stephen Drew.

The confused look on Victorino's face after the slap might have been the best part about this video. I mean, JUST LOOK AT HIM.

You've gotta love it.

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