What a time to get your first home run.
Yadiel Hernández's first career home run ended up being a clutch walk-off dinger that not only helped the Nationals win both doubleheader games on Tuesday, but also severely hindered the Philadelphia Phillies' chances of making the playoffs.
Though a crazy moment, it actually has happened before. Two other Nationals/Expos players waited for the dramatic moment to notch their first career home runs: Wil Nieves in 2008 and Tim Raines in 1981.
That wasn't the only interesting tidbit to come out of Hernandez's monster hit, however. Apparently, Hernandez became the oldest player in MLB history to hit their first-ever homer at age 32.