So this is what the San Francisco Giants do. Sort of. They lead the majors with seven walk-off home runs already this year, so we guess that they found a way to win at home to the Rockies even when they were down 5-4 in the 10th inning shouldn't be too much of a surprise. This, though, wasn't just a walk-off.

With a man on second base last night, Giants batter Ángel Pagán drove a pitch all the way to the right field wall, where it bounced away from the Rockies outfielder. Pagán got waved in from third base, but he still had a lot of work to do to beat out the throw. He did. And the result, as you can see, is ridiculous.

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It's the first walk-off inside-the-park home run in Major League Baseball since 2004. Turns out it was worth the wait.

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