New York Mets’ Mark Canha showed Phillies fans what a bat flip looks like on Sunday.
In the ninth inning of a high-scoring game against Philadelphia, Canha hit a two-run game-winner homer over the left field fence at Citizen Bank Park and added some extra spice. with a bat flip.
The dinger was Canha’s second of the day and eventually helped the Mets lift over the Phillies 10-9.
The Mets-outfielder didn’t mind celebrating enthusiastically in enemy territory, throwing his bat before striding to first base with his right arm raised.
The dramatic homer also made Phillies broadcaster Tom McCarthy acknowledge the epic bat throw, even if it meant his team was losing.
“Oh no, he homered again and what a batflip,” McCarthy said as Canha started rounding the bases.
Sunday’s win against the Phillies narrowed the Mets NL East’s lead to four while the Braves lost to the Astros.
Canha, who also hit a three-run homerun in the seventh inning, and the Amazin’s will face the Yankees, their hometown rivals, in a two-game series on Monday in The Bronx.