What is something that occurs too frequently in baseball? 4 HRs by a single player in a single game? Certainly not.
What occurs all too frequent in baseball is the Curtain Call. The tipping of the cap as a player is encouraged out of the dugout to acknowledge his accomplishment needs to be taken down a notch. It needs to be held and higher regard and reserved for special moments. Hitting back to back HRs to help your team win a regular season game does not qualify. Especially is you are hitting .250 and your team is 10 games back from first. Doing something rare and important are what enables you to do a curtain call. Hitting for the Cycle works and so does cracking 3HRs in a playoff game. Other than that complete game shut outs, perfect games, game winning hits do not require curtain calls because the game is over and your celebrating victory and the achievement in another way.
Despite him saying that he wish he had more fun when playing baseball, Ted Williams was a guy who understood the curtain call. He would not tip his cap to Red Sox fans despite their pleas on almost all occasions.
Those who attend baseball games are not always the brightest people. Some of them vote 5 ballots for the all-star game and make sure to vote for Jason Varitek even if he is hitting below the Mendoza line or worse, he's injured. Do not give in to their pleas all the time. Stay in the dugout until you have really accomplished something.