Didi Gregorius
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New York Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius casually smacked a grand slam in Game 2 of the ALDS against the Minnesota Twins.

There’s Jose Bautista, who uses the bat like a javelin in October, and then there’s Didi Gregorius, who takes a more casual approach to MLB Postseason home runs.

On Saturday night, with the score 3-0 in favor of the home team, the New York Yankees shortstop smacked a herculean home run to the right-field Yankee Stadium crowd.

Gregorius, who entered postseason play struggling a bit, pulled off the most casual home run reaction in baseball history.

Gregorius is currently 2-for-3 with a run and four runs batted in, all courtesy of the monster slam. New York has since added a run to combat the Twins lone run.

The scoreboard reads 8-1 in favor of the home team in the top of the fifth inning with Masahiro Tanaka still in the game, pitching quality stuff.

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