When Alex Bregman hit a grand slam in Game 4 of the World Series, he took his time rounding the bases. When he want yard in Game 6, he created his own version of a bat flip.
Well Juan Soto gave him a taste of his own medicine when he put the Washington Nationals ahead 3-2 in the fifth inning of Game 6 at Minute Maid Park.
After belting a solo shot into the second deck in right field, Soto held his bat as he trotted down the first base line, just as Bregman did earlier in the night.
Check it out:
And here’s what Bregman did earlier in Game 6 following his two-run homer:
Petty, yet amazing.