Brewers ban players from giving high-fives

The Brewers have been told to keep their hands to themselves.After catcher Jonathan Lucroy and pitching coach Rick Kranitz got pinkeye, the team has banned its players from giving one another the staple in sports that is high-fives for the remainder of spring training.  MORE: Must-see spring training photos | Gonzales works "meows" into interview | Dickey steals Daniels' houseThey're hoping to stop the spread of the highly contagious infection by keeping both Lucroy and Kranitz home for the next 48 hours and preventing players from making any sort of unwarranted contact. "We've been going through it for a while, and it seems like a couple of more show up every day," said

Brewers manager, Ron Roenicke.As crazy as it sounds, it's a very reasonable course of action given the circumstances at hand.Now let's just see if the players can break the old habit.(Source: ESPN)