Minor Leaguer Luis Santana's Bat Flip Hit The High Heavens And Never Returned
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
During the Asheville Tourists win over the Brooklyn Cyclones on Thursday, 11-4. Slugger Luis Santana went 3-for-5 with two home runs and a double. He also had one heck of a bat flip after his home runs... (The Big Lead)
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That dude should've gotten ear-holed on the next at bat
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We didnt this do this act in the 90s early 2000s. You hit a bomb gently toss the bat outside of the batter box and run around the bases with your head down like a man!
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No respect. No respect I tell ya!
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This is an entire generation that watched championship celebrations, but don't want to be left out in case they aren't good enough to win. So let's celebrate every little thing just in case.
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Next batter and him when he comes back up.
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Next guy, in the ear. And the guy after him too
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I saw bat on ground. It returned. You lied Larry
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That’s years of travel bawl
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Well at least the music wasn't some hip hop filth...
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If that's the opponents' star/stud and I am the catcher, I lean into the falling bat toss for an ejection - helmet/padding ready...
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If I were the opposing coach, I would have run out of pitchers the next time he came up to bat. There aren't enough balls to the head that make up for that dumb arse display. If I was this players coach, he wouldn't see the field for another three days.
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Why does flipping your bat piss off old people?
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Baseball is now encouraging "be yourself" to get viewership from the crowd that likes dancing after every play in football. Like when they asked Earl Campbell why he didn't do a jig after TD's, Earl said, Ive been there before, Ill be back again, no big deal
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Please tell me, who likes all the antics after each play? From my perspective if I am an opposing player, I will be far more determined to not let that happen again...
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Pimpin ain't easy.
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If I were the ump I would have tossed him.
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Bat flips are classless and a sign of deep-seated insecurity.
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Totally unnecessary
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I don’t think he tossed the bat all that high. Baw is roughly 4ft tall so his height coupled with an average bat flip merely created an optical illusion.
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Next pitch was in his ear
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Should've been
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