Adrian Beltre is a goddamn hero.
He also has super human strength, able to launch 429-foot home runs from down on one knee, like he did on Tuesday against the Oakland Athletics.
A two-run dinger off the bat of Ian Desmond in the top of the ninth gave Beltre's Texas Rangers a one-run lead. But it wouldn't last long.
Athletics outfielder Khris Davis hit a game-winning grand slam in the bottom half of the final frame—one of three homers for the outfielder in the game.
"The adrenaline was pumping so fast; it was an amazing feeling," Davis said. "It was pretty extraordinary to see the fans go off the way they did. It was a rush."
He celebrated by shooting a jumpshot with his helmet while jogging down the third base line.
"It was a swish," Davis said. "I can dunk, too."