TYLER, TX (KLTV) - With the Rangers one game away from their first trip the World Series more people are paying attention to the once in-house sign language used by players.
There are lots of theories as to where the "antler" and "claw" gestures originated.
Equipment manager "Hoggy" Price says he noticed players would make the fingers-on-the-head antler move and the claw gesture and asked about it. Turns out the antler gesture means a player has "speed like a deer" and the "claw" is kind of like an air-high five following a good play.
After learning what the moves meant Price asked that the symbols be printed on shirts and the rest is Rangers history.
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