Davey Martinez takes issue with Pedro Severino's bat flip in Nats' 18-run win

Cam Ellis
NBC Sports Washington
<p>After the Nats' best offensive showing of the season, manager Davey Martinez took issue with one player's bat flip. </p>

Davey Martinez takes issue with Pedro Severino's bat flip in Nats' 18-run win

After the Nats' best offensive showing of the season, manager Davey Martinez took issue with one player's bat flip.

Last night, the Nationals' offense put up 18 runs. 

The offensive outburst secured a Nats series win for the first time since their mid-June matchup with the Orioles and only the 2nd series win since May. It was the third straight win since they held a closed-door team meeting. 

The next day, manager Davey Martinez met with media to talk about some of his biggest takeaways from the win:

Severino hit his homer in the 5th inning, with the Nats holding onto a four-run lead:

And here's The Toss that's breaking the unwritten rules:

Don't enjoy your homers too much, kids. 

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