Maybe it's got something to do with the fact that the seniors on the team that you support just had their career end and you're out there congratulating the guys who did it.
So I know I'm going to get ripped for this, but I'll say it anyway. So what? Why does that upset you so much?
I think the players need to understand the same logic that the fans need to. That is, different people place different values on winning. We have a stadium of 10,000+ people, so if 300 of them want to stay back and congratulate a team who just made the biggest accomplishment in their school's history, why should that offend you?
People are different. They place different levels of attachment to the success of 20 year old athletes. That doesn't necessarily make them shitty fans. That certainly doesn't make them shitty people. It just means they have other factors in their life which take a higher value than baseball, so they won't leave that stadium feeling any worse off about their life.
Some people place a large emotional investment into the success of their favorite sports team. Others would like for their team to win, but if they don't, those people have no problem just going on with their lives. And when they see something that is absolutely impressive, even if it is contrary to their preferred outcome, they can respect it.
That doesn't mean you need to take the same approach to your life, do whatever you will. But it also shouldn't affect you in any way whatsoever. In much the same way, it shouldn't offend our players (and I very highly doubt it did).
This post was edited on 3/1 at 1:06 pm