Pleasure GIF: Gregory Polanco Homering So Much Today

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According to the actual “rules” of “baseball,” any single home run technically only produces a quantity of runs equal to the number of players already on base plus one. According to that part of the human body, however, responsible for the release of the neurotransmitter dopamine into the brain, certain home runs are manifestly worth more, others less, in terms of aesthetic value.

This true truth having been established, one might readily conclude that, owing to how his whole life is in front of him and to how his levers are longer than a Terrence Malick film, that Gregory Polanco‘s home run this afternoon against the Yankees’ David Phelps is not unlike a grand slam or maybe two grand slams.




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Carson Cistulli occasionally publishes spirited ejaculations at The New Enthusiast.


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  1. bdhudson says:

    That ball does not go where that swing leads one to believe that ball will go.

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  2. Steven says:

    Needs more ratatat.

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  3. DerekJeterGiftBasket says:

    Very power. Such swing. So home run. Wow.

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  4. The Narrative Strikes Again says:

    Oh Cliff Floyd?

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    • Rootabeggaman says:

      He, not wearing red, immediately calculates lower on the biased aesthetic scale (go Reds!).

      Me, appreciative baseball fan, will now scour the net in search of a mote panoramic view of this thing.

      Vive le Carson!

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  5. Tino Martino says:

    Swing Polanco, Sweet Chariot…

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  6. RA Rowe says:

    This gif is the new flag of the UN right?

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