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When the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Baltimore Ravens 23-20 last night, M & T Bank Stadium was in a state of shock. Mike Tomlin included, who tried to run away from John Harbaugh instead of shaking his hand. John Harbaugh wasn’t having any of that.
The San Francisco Giants defeated the Cincinnati Reds in Game 5 of the NLDS yesterday, capping off a comeback in which they found themselves down 2-0 facing three straight games on the road. The Giants managed to pull it off, to Brian Wilson’s delight, thanks in large part to Buster Posey’s 6th inning grand slam in Game 5 that propelled San Francisco to a 6-4 victory.
It was hardly surprising that all the hype surrounding Jim Harbaugh and Jim Schwartz’s postgame handshake would amount to nothing. But nothing is a relative term, if only because Harbaugh and Schwartz shared a few brief but meaningful moments together before and after the game, despite their scuffle last season. And they were tender moments, moments of regret, hope and admiration all wrapped up into some warm hand touching.