Jayson Werth helped the Washington Nationals walk off against the Chicago Cubs on the Fourth of July in 2011, but that simple sentence doesn't begin to describe the weird way he did it.
After starting the game 1-for-3 with two RBI, a walk and being caught stealing at second, Werth came up in the bottom of the 10th inning with the score knotted at 4-4 to face Marcos Mateo. He drew a walk to reach first, and from there, the theatrics began.
The Nats decided to go for it all, sending a pinch hitter up for pitcher Henry Rodriguez. Surprisingly enough, that pinch hitter was fellow pitcher Livan Hernandez, who, although a solid hitter for a pitcher, did not seem like the best choice.
Hernandez dropped a perfectly executed bunt down the first-base line to move Werth to second. Werth then stole third without a throw, putting his team in a great position to win.
It looked like Ivan Rodriguez would have to beat the Cubs, but the Cubs beat the Cubs, as pitcher Carlos Marmol, who only threw five pitches all game (three balls), threw a wild pitch, and Werth jogged home for the 5-4 victory.
Anyone who saw this walk-off isn't likely to forget it anytime soon.