Phillies' Rhys Hoskins trolls Mets with casual stroll around bases after home run

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Phillies' Rhys Hoskins trolls Mets with casual stroll around bases after home run
Phillies' Rhys Hoskins trolls Mets with casual stroll around bases after home run

He didn't charge the mound, but Rhys Hoskins got some revenge on Wednesday. One night after Jacob Rhame nearly hit him high twice, Hoskins took the Mets reliever deep to give the Phillies a 6-0 lead, which would stand as the final score. Hoskins certainly let the bomb sink in, taking a very slow trot around the bases. In fact, according to MLB.com Phillies writer Todd Zolecki, his 34.23-second trot was the longest this year and first to break the 30-second mark. It was also slower than pitcher Bartolo Colon's 30.5-second home run trot in 2016, according to MLB.com Mets writer Anthony DiComo. "He got me. If I make a better pitch, he doesn't get to run the bases," Rhame told reporters after Thursday's

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