On Aug. 3, 2012, Coco Crisp led the resurgent A's to their 12th walk-off win of 2012: a 5-4 win over Toronto in a 15-inning marathon. Excitement would be sure to ensue.
Now we've grown to know and love the Gatorade shower (as it's been a staple of meaningful wins for the better part of the last 30 years) so the first half-minute of the above video act as nothing out of the ordinary, as far as exciting wins go.
Crisp is playfully tossed a towel, and the night's hero accepts his praises and continues his postgame questioning from A's broadcasters.
And we were stupid enough to think that the party was over.
Mere seconds later, Crisp is paid a visit by one of America's favorite superheroes of all time!
Spider-Man flies over from the first-base dugout, giving Crisp not just one pie to the face, but a double pie attack.
We later find out that this was A's outfielder Josh Reddick (not the real Spider-Man) which lands this over-reaction on the list of worst baseball cellies in recent memory.