Well, that didn't take long. Someone already has a tattoo of Jose Bautista's epic bat flip.
Scoot Mason, a tattoo artist based in Toronto, posted photos of his masterpiece one day after the play.
On Wednesday, Bautista sent the Blue Jays through the ALDS with a mammoth three-run home run to break a 3-3 tie in Game 5. He celebrated with one of the most boisterous bat flips in baseball history. After six straight All-Star seasons in Toronto, the 34-year-old can do what he wants.
Bautista, who notes his Kansas City ALCS location in the geotag, reposted Mason's Instagram with a ton of emojis.
I have heard and seen some crazy stuff in the last 24 hours but this one takes the prize home!! #ImOnSomeonesBodyForever #Crazy#Cool #Tattoo #Unreal Yo he escuchado y visto algunas locuras en las ultimas 24 horas pero esta se lleva el premio!! #Tatuaje #Loquisimo #Increible #Repost @scootscootmason ・・・ Had a real fun times tattooing this today! .... @bluejays @joeybats19 winning home run #fyink #scootink #bluejays #cometogether
The tattoo's value will improve as the Blue Jays continue on in the playoffs. The team is still two rounds away from winning the World Series, and a date with the Royals awaits in the ALCS starting Friday.
Toronto has the support of all its local celebrities, from Mason to Drake.
The Blue Jays are playing in their first postseason since 1993. That year, Toronto capped off back-to-back World Series titles. This is their first playoff appearance since that run of dominance.
-- Follow Jeffrey Eisenband on Twitter @JeffEisenband.