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Unfortunately, I'm lazy and couldn't find a good video...
The date was April 20, 2010.
The Braves were down three-zip in the bottom of the ninth inning versus Ryan Madson and the Phillies with only one more out with which to work.
With a Chipper Jones on, Troy Glaus sent a 402 foot homer to left to bring the score to within one.
Then, Jason Heyward pulled out a little magic of his own with a 427 blast to center to tie the game...extra innings.
Billy Wagner came in to pitch the top of the tenth and retired the trio of Polanco-Utley-Howard (including one strikeout).
Then Braves fans started to shake their heads.
Nate McLouth, who was sporting a .167 average and .267 slugging percentage and an 0-for-2 mark for the night, was coming up to bat.
Facing Jose Contreras, McLouth didn't stand a chance.
At least, that's what I thought until McLouth sent the first pitch he saw 381 feet to right field.
But, that's not what makes this moment so memorable.
As McLouth rounded the bases, he found no one waiting for his arrival at home plate.
Instead, the entire team had retreated into the clubhouse and forced an ecstatic McLouth to rush down the tunnel to greet them.
That was pretty awesome.