Yoenis Cespedes, Happy Gilmore

Yoenis Cespedes has a great arm. Now we know he has a great chest, too. During the Mets-Nationals game Wednesday night, Cespedes used his body to block a base hit in the outfield.

Of course, this begs the obvious question: Is Yoenis Cespedes actually Happy Gilmore in disguise?

Keith Hernandez thinks Cespedes' play is absolutely hilarious, noting the Cuban's soccer skills. "You can use your hands," the former NL MVP says. Hernandez is used to things being fragile and handling them "like a baby."

Of course, Cespedes' nonchalance doesn't always pan out. It resulted in an Alcides Escobar in-the-park-home run in Game 1 of the World Series last October.

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