Chicago White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson led off Saturday’s game in Kansas City with a homerun.  After hitting the ball he could be saying something before breaking into his homerun trot.

Whatever he said Royals catcher Salvador Perez didn’t like it.  He let him know about it as Anderson crossed homeplate.

It didn’t end there.  In the bottom of the inning Perez ended up on second base and had another conversation with Anderson.  The benches cleared and more words were exchanged.

It all ended with a handshake on second base between Anderson and Perez.  The Royals went on to win the game 5-2.